Month July 2016

The Rundown: Ghostbusters!

Who you gonna call? I’ve discovered that wearing my Ghostbusters jersey (or sweater, as Americans call it) and t-shirt are fast ways to getting people to smile at you. That, and shout out the phrase, “who you gonna call?” This week’s… Continue Reading →

The Rundown: Relays – Ray Hailes

Like so many friendships made in our time, I first met Ray Hailes on Instagram. He was part of the week 2 group of runners who took part in Nike’s Montauk Project, a life-changing couple of days that a handful of… Continue Reading →

The Rundown: Bill Cunningham’s NYC

“I go out every day. When I get depressed at the office, I go out, and as soon as I’m on the street and see people, I feel better. But I never go out with a preconceived idea. I let… Continue Reading →

Spielberg’s BFG

I wrote this story for the Sunday Times, originally published on June 26. You don’t have to ask Steven Spielberg about the movie he felt the most overwhelmed to make in his 40-odd years in the film business. He offers up this… Continue Reading →

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