For the first in our summer talk series at citizenM, we’ll hear from three very different food titles about how they keep the subject of food fresh and exciting. How has the food magazine adapted to the challenge of the internet and social media?
Acting features editor, Waitrose Food
Co-founder and art director, Pit Magazine
Editor and founder, Fare
The three talks will be followed by a discussion chaired by magCulture’s Jeremy Leslie.
Wednesday 26 July
Join us for drinks from 6.30pm. The talks will begin at 7pm.
40 Trinity Square, Tower Hill, London EC3N 4DJ
About our speakers:
Ashleigh Arnott is Features Editor at Waitrose Food Magazine, which has the highest circulation of any British food magazine. She has also written food and drink content for Time Out London, Root and Bone and many online publications.
Holly Catford works at Esterson Associates, as the art editor of Eye and Pulp and is also the art director of History Today. Earlier this year she joined forces with Doug Cowan and the author of Food Stories Helen Graves to found Pit, a magazine about cooking outside, over live fire.
Ben Mervis is a writer and academic who has spent the last two years working as René Redzepi’s assistant at the acclaimed noma restaurant in Copenhagen. He has also worked on Netflix series Chef’s Table. Fare visits a different city each issue, the launch issue focusing on Istanbul.
Listen to our last citizenM talk, Travel in the Mind here