Volume One

Containing essays, stories and pictures curated by Jamie Cullum.

Amazing People

Pamela Hutchinson

film journalist

A journalist who blogs at silentlondon.co.uk, Pamela works for The Guardian by day and contributes to Sight & Sound by night. She has short hair.

Maria Luque


Based in Argentina, artist Maria paints, draws and makes videos. Statement eyewear and milky coffee is her thing.

Arthur Woodcroft

still-life photographer 

Arthur has shot for Vogue, Mode, Article,
and Palladium.

Tammy Kerr


This illustrator and designer particularly loves all things yellow, Diagnosis Murder and her son, Hercules. She’s isn’t keen on chocolate and dogs.

Duncan Macmillan


His plays have shown all over the world and won buckets of awards. 

Tom Tivnan


Tom writes for Harper’s Bazaar, Vanity Fair and The Independent. His riproaring Regency novel will be published just as soon as he gets the ending right.

Lucy Kirk


Her dad’s a farmer, she lives in Nottingham and she’s a fan of the banana split. Lucy is also a model-maker and one half of Pen On Paper.

Adelaide Leeder


This illustrator has a passion for all things retro. Drawing is her bestest thing to do on a Sunday afternoon. 

Josh Sims


This keen dogwalker contributes to The FT, The Independent and Esquire, and is the author of Icons of Men’s Style and Vintage Menswear 
(Laurence King).

Ted Allen


Originally from Burton upon Trent, Ted is now a London boy. He has photographed Wayne Rooney, you know.

Sophie Dahl


Sophie is the author of four books and a contributing editor at Harper’s Bazaar. She likes to cook and secretly longs to be an archaeologist or video vixen. 

Lie Dirkx


Lie recently graduated from the LUCA School of Arts in Ghent, Belgium. Flea markets are her favourite thing ever. 

Ella Johnston


Ella draws the creatures that live in the salt marshes and woodland near her home in North Essex. Anatomical drawings inspire her.