I’m an independent writer and editor predominantly covering contemporary art and culture. I am particularly interested in work that engages with ecological concerns. I am the author of two books: The White Birch: a Russian Reflection (Little, Brown, 2021) and Signal Failure: London to Birmingham, HS2 on Foot (Influx Press, 2017). I am also the editor of Walking: Documents of Contemporary Art (Whitechapel Gallery and The MIT Press, 2024). I’m represented by Zoe Ross at United Agents.

My writing has been published in magazines, newspapers and websites like Apollo, Artforum, Art Monthly, ArtReview, Country Walking, Cricinfo, Finnish Architectural Review, e-flux, Frieze, The Guardian, The Independent, Monocle, New Scientist and The World of Interiors. In 2013, I founded The Learned Pig, an online magazine of art and the nonhuman.

I frequently contribute to exhibition publications for museums and galleries including: Arts Territory, Cample Line, The Common Guild, Karsten Schubert, Sir John Soaneā€™s Museum, Talbot Rice Gallery and University College London.

I also have significant experience helping cultural organisations with content and communications. Past and present clients include Agenda Communications, Art Walk Projects, Frame Finland, Glasgow International, Historic Environment Scotland, the Royal Academy of Arts, and Siobhan Davies Dance. I recently edited Meadow Arts: the first 20 years (2021) and Iman Tajik: Welcome to Portobello (2022).

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