I’m currently working between London and Mexico City, where I write about art, design and architecture while consulting cultural organisations on their international communications strategies.

My writing has appeared in The Guardian, New York Times T: Mag, CNN Style, Frieze, Wallpaper*, and Gayletter. Some ongoing interests include social design and architecture, queer culture and emerging practices, often with a focus on Latin America.

I’m a founding editor of …ment, a publishing platform and journal of contemporary arts, culture and politics. Six issues were released to date, including a special number published by Book Works in London.

Early in my career, I worked at the Serpentine Gallery in public programming, before joining the international consulting firm Brunswick Arts. There, I worked on media campaigns for international museums, foundations and festivals.

My series of short stories We Can’t Make You Younger was illustrated by Mexican artist Manuel Solano and published by Karen Huber Gallery, Mexico City. An abridged version of the lead story was also selected for publication in the US title Hello Mr. Magazine.

I studied Journalism at the Faculty of Philosophy of the Free University of Brussels, and hold a Masters in Cultural Studies from Goldsmiths, University of London.