Magazine design and art direction

Sight&Sound magazine was published in 1932, It is the UK’s original magazine for fans of film. Born as a quarterly publication, the journal quickly became a highly influential element of the activities of the British Film Institute (BFI), which came into being in 1933. Sight & Sound is critically and historically authoritative, and at the same time wide-ranging and cutting edge. It covers as wide a range of moving image experiences as possible. Looking at films and filmmakers from all over the globe, plus artists’ film/experimenta, film festivals, TV, DVD and Blu-ray, film books, and film history and theory. It has a comprehensive review section combined with in-depth features, news, views and interviews with most important people in filmmaking.

I have been Designer since 2001 and Art Director since 2005.