Lynda Benglis: Water Sources at Storm King Art Center

I was recently invited to attend a preview of a new temporary exhibition at Storm King Art Center, an open-air sculpture park in upstate New York. In the Hudson Valley, about an hour… Continue reading

One World Observatory with Walks of New York

The One World Trade Center’s new observation deck has recently opened and I visited as part of a Walks of New York tour. Led by local New Yorkers, these small group tours hone… Continue reading

La casona de la sagüesera, Little Havana, Miami

A year ago I was invited to attend LE Miami, the luxury travel show. The event has a partnership with American Excursionist who organise bespoke tours designed by experts and led by local… Continue reading

Why Leith is Edinburgh’s Coolest Neighbourhood

At Condé Nast Traveler, I wrote about one of my favourite areas in Edinburgh: Leith. Leith never used to be so cool; in fact it was a pretty bad neighbourhood when I lived… Continue reading

Roadtripping out of Reykjavík

When I look back on the summer I spent working in Reykjavík I always feel foolish that I spent so little time outside of the capital. I was busy and consumed by my… Continue reading

My Favourite Street Art of 2014


The Street Art of San Juan, Puerto Rico

The street art of San Juan’s Saturce neighbourhood

Robyn and Röyksopp at Pier 97, New York City

Over at AudioFemme, I reviewed Robyn and Röksopp’s New York stop on their Do It Again tour. Here’s a few extra pictures, including warm-up act, Zhala.

LE Miami: Luxury Travel’s Visionary Trade Event

LE Miami is a luxury travel trade show now in its second year. But it’s also a lot more than that.

Ragnar Kjartansson at the New Museum: Me, My Mother, My Father, and I

In May 1975, Kjartan Ragnarsson and Guðrún Ásmundsdóttir shot a slightly schlocky love scene for Iceland’s first ever feature film, Morðsaga (Murder Story). As Guðrún, playing a bored housewife, fantasises about ripping off… Continue reading