Eliza Williams

Eliza is Managing Editor at Creative Review

Morag Myerscough’s Belonging Bandstand

Artist and designer Morag Myerscough has worked with local groups across Sussex to examine the rich subject of ‘belonging’, with the resulting artworks being exhibited on a bandstand that will tour the county this summer

Designing ITV Daytime

Branding and design has played an important role in defining ITV’s hugely popular daytime programming. We talk to Fiona Skinner, who heads the in-house graphics team at ITV Daytime, about designing for Good Morning Britain, Lorraine, This Morning and Loose Women

BBC World Cup

How the BBC World Cup film was made

To promote its coverage of the forthcoming football World Cup, the BBC has made an animated trailer created entirely in embroidery. We talk to BBC Creative and director Nicos Livesey about how it was made.

Mark Cohen

Why photography needs museums

As the V&A announces plans for its major new photography centre, opening in October, we talk to Senior Curator Martin Barnes about the important role that museums play in setting photography within a wider historical and cultural context.

How I Got Here: Jonas Bendiksen

After interning at Magnum Photos as a teenager, Norwegian photographer Jonas Bendiksen went on to join the prestigious agency when he was just 27. As part of our photo special this week, he talks about luck, determination and the importance of a great story