Last night, the lovely folk at Metal hosted their Future Park. A networking and information sharing evening for practicing artists, working in all disciplines, from across South East Essex.
As well as working here at Grow, I am the style editor at the Chap magazine, and as such I was one of the lucky few who was asked to give a three minute talk, when Sadie Hasler invited me, she said that it would be “a good excuse for an indoor cravat”.
After a few lovingly-provided libations, coupled with some genuinely interesting and inspiring talks from artists, storytellers and musicians, I did my little turn, which you can see here.
Works-in-progress, In-house shenanigans and various drivel
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