Full page photo of Atlanta used in National Geographic

Recent press

It’s been a busy couple of months, with a front cover feature in the Sunday Times Travel on Elvis’s Memphis, a Dolly Parton themed road trip through Tennessee…

BBC Travel – the last ship of the US slave trade

My latest article for BBC Travel on the discovery of the Clotilda – the last known ship of the US slave trade and its impact on the Africatown…

My Cxfeeblack Interview in Courier’s 100 Ways to Make a Living Magbook

My interview feature with Bartholomew Jones, hip hop artist and founder of Cxffeeblack is in Courier’s latest magbook, 100 Ways to Make a Living.

My Interview With Kiton CEO Antonio De Matteis in Square Mile Magazine

There’s my latest article for Square Mile magazine, interviewing Antonio De Matteis, CEO of the world’s most expensive tailoring house in Naples. Between lockdowns, I managed to visit Italy last year to meet him and tour Kiton’s fabled workshop.

Literary Day-cations for World Book Day Feature in The i newspaper

My article on the best bookish days out is in today’s issue of The i newspaper and also online here at iNews.

Some Palm Springs Escapism, via the latest issue of Drift…

On a particularly grey day in lockdown London, I’m hankering for a big dose of escapism. Thankfully, the latest issue of Drift has hit the doormat, packed with pages of wanderlust for when we can travel again, including my 6-page feature on Palm Springs’ scorching hot design scene.

Video for South China Morning Post – Why Kiton’s Suits are Haute Couture for Men

New Behind the Scenes Kiton Video for the South China Morning Post

I made a mini-film looking behind the scenes at Kiton’s tailoring workshop in Naples, for the South China Morning Post newspaper. This is the fabled workshop that produces the world’s most expensive suit, the K50. Take a peek at what’s involved here. 

The Independent: Finding my Festive Spirit at a US Hotel Celebrating Christmas Every Day of the Year

Christmas is not a date. It is a state of mind,” so said the author Mary Ellen Chase. To some this could be a throwaway comment, but to The Inn at Christmas Place, a left field hotel that lavishly celebrates the holiday season every single day of the year, it’s nothing short of a mission statement.