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Natasha Khan: Musician/Artist/Director

Like FKA twigs and Róisín Murphy before her, Natasha Khan, aka Bat For Lashes, is becoming a film director as well as a musician, and has recently signed to B-Reel Films for commercial work. We talk to her about her plans.

Photograph by Polly Tootal

Exposure: Polly Tootal

Art Director Gem Fletcher examines the work of Polly Tootal, in the latest instalment of a series looking into talent in photography, from recent graduates to photographers breaking the rules…

Caged creativity

At the end of 2016, the brilliant and mercurial Alan Waldie passed away. How would he – and his ideas – survive in today’s advertising industry?

The Age issue

The challenges posed by the ageing populations
of developed countries and the opportunities
for the creative industries to respond to them.

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