Aimée McLaughlin

Aimée is Staff Writer at Creative Review

Does sexual health need a rebrand?

Budget cuts are pushing sexual health services to breaking point, but could creativity be the key to tackling the problem? We speak to non-profit Brook and online service SH:24 about how design is shaping the way we think about sex

Modern Love’s lessons on affairs of the heart

The New York Times column now boasts a podcast, book and, most recently, a TV series courtesy of Amazon. As it celebrates its 15th birthday, we speak to its creator Daniel Jones about why its stories of heartbreak, happiness and humanity have stood the test of time

Inside the student mental health crisis

As the debate rages on about universities’ duty of care to students, CR speaks to education body GuildHE about the scale of the challenge facing art colleges across the country – and why it’s going to take much more than mindfulness sessions and puppy rooms

Could AI be the secret to managing our mental health?

Talking to a bot about how you’re feeling may sound like something out of a sci-fi film, but the technology has the potential to revolutionise the way we treat – and even prevent – mental health problems. CR investigates the possibilities of AI therapy

SK-II’s approach to beauty is anything but boring

James Corden isn’t the most obvious choice as brand ambassador for a Japanese skincare range, but SK-II has proven that beauty and humour don’t have to be mutually exclusive. We speak to CEO Sandeep Seth about the brand’s refreshingly playful ethos