Norman Foster – Profile feature
For the Daily Telegraph, an interview with the legendary architect, taking in Instagram, Steve Jobs, Apple Park and designing an exhibition for Cartier

How laser technology saved a precious hoard of fizz
For Wired magazine, I charted the discovery of a forgotten collection of Bollinger reserve magnums, and how new tech helped the Champagne house create a unique bottle archive

Fifty shades of beige: how the most boring colour took over our lives
For The Jackal magazine: how has a colour emblematic of all that is dull become not just a style staple, but a way of life?

The Seamaster at 70
For QP magazine, I took a look at the history of Omega’s important line of watches that didn’t go to the moon…

Bringing watchmaking’s finest craft to Glasgow
For the Daily Telegraph, I went inside the studio of a tiny Glasgow start-up giving new life to a rare watchmaking tradition

Oh the brutality: the problem with a modish obsession
For The Jackal magazine, Brutalism has become an exotic fetish subject for urban aesthetes, with a legacy cleansed of its bleakest failures

Franc exchanges: Swiss watchmaking’s currency catastrophe
For Spear’s magazine: the removal of the cap on the Swiss franc was a disaster for the country’s watchmakers, but one enterprising CEO found a way of gaining the upper hand…