I’m a writer and editor with seven years’ experience, based in London. Interview subjects include BBC Wildlife sound recordist Chris Watson, Wallcreeper author Nell Zink, and Dr Gordon Gancz, a member of the NHS team who tackled the ebola crisis in Sierra Leone.
Despite recent successes for women in art in the UK – a new female director for the Tate, a blockbuster Georgia O’Keeffe retrospective last year – inequality is still rife. Guerrilla Girls’ 2016 commission for the Whitechapel asked “Is it even worse in Europe?” and the challenge to gallery-goers and curators was a welcome one. As a Time Out journalist pointed out at the time, it was one of only two shows dedicated to work by female artists in London last autumn.
Spring is in the air, and for chocoholics that can only mean one thing. Easter eggs are inspired by the traditional symbolism of the egg as promising new life, but for anyone who's started a new life as a vegan or is dairy intolerant, they can evoke sad memories of an easier life when you didn't have to check ingredients lists before buying.
Late November in Malaga is beautiful and easy: sun, cloudless skies and highs in the upper twenties. The olive trees bask in the late late heat, the Mickey-Mouse-head-shaped cactuses bloom with geranium-pink blossoms and the tourists still soak up rays outside cafés like solar batteries.