We caught up with Big Zuu about his rise to stardom - from freestyling at his local youth club, to becoming a household name in the grime scene, the BAFTA nominated TV chef and author is a man of many talents.
Photographer Ray Burmiston tells us why he’s been capturing celebrities with their eyes closed for years, and how he’s turned his collection into a new campaign for Mind.
British artist, Gideon Summerfield preserves the legacy of World War 2 veterans and Holocaust survivors with his deeply personal portrait paintings.
Artist Arthur Timothy describes his paintings as ‘love letters’ to his family. Inspired by a trunk of old black and white photos, his life-size canvases invoke childhood memories.
British artist, Duggie Fields took us to Brompton Cemetery to share his experience of coming of age in the swinging sixties, and how it shaped his unique creative style. Welcome to the weird and wonderful world of Duggie Fields.
Photographer and director Somayeh Jafari draws on her Iranian heritage and its tradition of poetic documentary to create ‘painful beauty’ in all her work.
British soul legend Omar joined us in the studio to look back at a formidable music career which spans three decades, and ahead to a new album on the horizon.
UB40 are one of the UK’s leading and most loved reggae bands. We caught up with Ali Campbell and Astro to discuss their forty years on the road ahead of the release of their new album, ‘Unprecedented’.
Painter David Urquart spent 16 years working as a crime scene examiner before becoming a full-time artist.
Old Masters meets the modern-day in Georgina Clapham’s evocative oil paintings.