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Inside Tim Walker’s world

As a major retrospective of Tim Walker’s work comes to the V&A in London, Gem Fletcher examines what lies behind his fantastical photographs and explores the challenges – and fears – he has to confront to bring them to life

Tea Uglow on bravery and fear

Can you really pick and choose whether to be brave? Tea Uglow, Creative Director of Google Creative Lab in Sydney, examines society’s understanding of fear and bravery, and the clichés and limitations it may contain

Does the creative industry need more mentors?

Mentors can be invaluable when it comes to navigating the pitfalls of creative work, whether that’s getting a job, going freelance or launching a new business. So why don’t more of us seek them out, and why aren’t mentoring schemes more widespread?

Creating a dyslexia-friendly workplace

Dyslexia reportedly affects 10% of the UK, but it often goes unmentioned, unaccommodated or misunderstood in the workplace. We speak to experts about making a work environment where people with dyslexia can thrive

Why rituals and routine matter for creativity

Creativity is often viewed as something that exists beyond the structures we apply to other aspects of our lives, yet here Leadership Coach Tanya Livesey argues that introducing routine into your creative process may be surprisingly fruitful

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