Tom Seymour

Tom Seymour is a freelance arts journalist for publications including Wallpaper*, British Journal of Photography and the Guardian

Zeitgeist: Ronan Mckenzie

Each year the CR editorial team pick a number of photographers who have had a breakthrough year for our Zeitgeist series. Here we look at the work of Ronan Mckenzie, who has hit the fashion world running with her exquisite and distinctive portraits

Richard Avedon’s 60 years in advertising

Vogue’s iconic fashion photographer Richard Avedon also worked for more than 600 advertising clients. Tom Seymour explores a new monograph that captures his enduring influence on commercial photography

WePresent: Changing perceptions of branded content

As WeTransfer’s editorial website, WePresent, celebrates its first birthday, Editor Rob Alderson reflects on how brands are now less “guarded and precious” in what could be a new era for branded content that evokes a bygone era of long-form journalism

How I Get Ideas: Photographer Lydia Whitmore

Lydia Whitmore has built a successful career as a stills photographer, working across fine art, editorial and commercial work. As she launches her own creative agency and branches into other mediums, she talks about how and where she finds inspiration

CALM: fighting male suicide through art

Suicide is the biggest killer of young British men. To try and combat this, the charity CALM created 84 public sculptures – each representing a real life lost. As part of our Annual 2019, we discover the back story to the campaign

Tate Modern looks to the future

With a new director, the museum that welcomes almost six million visitors a year is launching a series of new initiatives – marking it out as perhaps Britain’s most important artistic organisation. As part of our Annual coverage, we look back at a big year for the space

How design is integral to a modern football club

Britain’s Premier League football clubs are now huge corporate brands with global followings. Design and communications are vital to how a club operates. We speak to the Everton branding team about designing the historic ‘People’s Club’