"What does she write?"

Here are a series of articles, web copy and newsletters from a variety of clients, including an art gallery, pub and whiskey investment company. These select pieces are from my year working at BOLD Creative Agency where I was a social media manager, photographer, and general copywriter. 

Post-war Modern Art’s Roots in St. Ives

The Post-war Modern art movement began in the UK during the mid-20th Century, pioneered by a plethora of artists that found their inspiration in St. Ives. The St. Ives School became the hub of British modernism that was at its peak between 1945 to 1960, with many emerging artists still resonating with the location today. Following WWII, the rising reputation of the current St. Ives painters and sculptors began attracting a generation of younger artists, including Patrick Heron, Paul Feiler and T

Drake Commits $100 Million to Reviving the 1987 Luna Luna Carnival

Luna Luna Carnival was a traveling theme park that emerged in Hamburg in 1987 by the Viennese artist André Heller, featuring artwork from the likes of Basquiat and Keith Haring.

Over 30 artists were commissioned by Heller to create original carnival attractions, including rides, interactive sculptures, labyrinths, and pavilions. With the help of a $500,000 grant from a German magazine, Luna Luna featured attractions created by a huge variety of artists, including Keith Haring, Salvador Dali, Da

The History of Art Forgery and Modern Consequences

Art forgery has been prevalent for centuries, ranging from cheap knock-offs to elaborate copies almost undistinguishable from the original.

Through the decades, several notorious art forgers have appeared, including Han van Meegeren, a mid-level Dutch artist active during the avant-garde movements. Critics disregarded his original works, igniting a fury that drove him to dupe them.

He discovered the ideal artist to copy in Vermeer. With him being a famous Old Master, there was little informati

Artist Bios for Farhi Fine Art

One of the post-war period’s most innovative and dynamic abstract artists was John Hoyland. Born in 1934, Sheffield, his art and attitudes underwent continuous change for more than fifty years. Hoyland was raised in a working-class family and was born on October 12, 1934, in Sheffield, Yorkshire. He attended the junior art programme at Sheffield School of Art and Crafts from 1946 to 1951, Sheffield College of Art from 1951 to 1956, and the Royal Academy Schools in London starting in 1956 until f

The Crossing Barnes News & Events Articles

Our quiz is back this Tuesday at 7:30pm on the 17th of March! There will be a first place prize of a dinner for 2 …

Six Nations rugby will be starting on the 4th of February. We’ll be showing all of the games in both our garden and upstairs. Please make …

Join us on Saturday the 18th of March for an action-packed day of rugby. The first game between Scotland and Italy will be kicking off …

We have ordered plenty of Guinness to celebrate St. Patricks day on Friday the 17th of March, where we w