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Photography: the killer app

The first section of this Curve report focuses on social photography, how it is changing the meaning of photography in general, and how brands have utilised it for impactful, engaging campaigns read more

Sustainable living, social pleasures

Addressing people as social beings is powerful when it comes to changing our energy habits read more

Changing perceptions

Consumers are more concerned about honesty and transparency than they are about financial returns read more

Beauty and the art of living

The definition of beauty is changing to include wider ideas about what is healthy read more

Expert Insider: Adrian Cheok

Adrian Cheok on the future of the digital image in a mixed reality world, hyper-connectivity, those Google glasses everyone is talking about, and about a shift in communications from a world of text messages, to a future of taste messages read more

Photographer profile: Miguel Navarro

Photographer & Image-maker Miguel Navarro on blending technology and imagery to stunning effect read more

Interview: Lonely Planet photographer Felix Hug

Travel Photographer Felix Hug gives us an insight into travelling the world with a camera read more

Meet Photographer Tim Flach

Photographer Tim Flach took to the stage for our most recent Gather event to talk about his new project 'More Than Human' read more

Small and sustainable: Triodos Bank

Huw Davies, Head of Personal Banking, Sales & Marketing at Triodos Bank, tells us how people, planet and profits can exist side by side in the financial services industry read more

Interview: Richard Turley, Bloomberg Businessweek

The Creative Director for Bloomberg Businessweek magazine gives us an insight on their unique and visually striking cover designs read more

Making cities more livable and loveable

With cities already home to more than half the world’s population, soon to be 70%, creating more liveable and loveable urban spaces is a pressing issue. The grassroots initiative #BetterCities set out to engage people in reclaiming urban spaces and in re-imagining what life in the city looks like read more

Interview: Ed Gillespie - Futerra

Ed Gillespie from specialist sustainability communications agency, Futerra tells us why the visual language around sustainability is becoming more aspirational read more

Interview: Graham Hill – LifeEdited

LifeEdited Founder and entrepreneur Graham Hill gives us his perspective on how sustainability and business can go together in the sharing economy read more

Interview: Jarek Carethers – Group Creative Director, UniWorldGroup

UniWorldGroup is a North American multicultural agency drawing from 43 years of experience in marketing to ethnic communities. Group Creative Director Jarek Carethers tells us why, when communicating to different cultures, there is a fine line between ‘insights’ and ‘stereotypes’. read more

Meet the Curators of the Getty Images Lean In Collection

Join our Google Hangout on 4th March as we talk with Pam Grossman and Jessica Bennett, curators of the Getty Images Lean In Collection, to uncover the images and ideas behind this exciting partnership. read more

Senior Style

Photographer Nick Dolding’s photoshoot throws out seniors stereotypes with a series of portraits demonstrating the vibrancy and uniqueness of the older generation. read more

Riposte: A Fresh Perspective On Women

We discover Riposte Magazine and meet it’s Editor-in-Chief, Danielle Pender, to find out how this new publication plans to stand out by representing women in a real and authentic way. read more

Interview: Kathy Delaney, Global Chief Creative Officer, Saatchi & Saatchi Wellness

We talk with Kathy Delaney, Jury President of the new Lions Health festival in Cannes, about the importance of visual storytelling in healthcare communications and how elevating women in creative leadership roles can drive change in the way females are portrayed in advertising. read more

Interview: Ami Ronnberg - curator of ARAS and editor-in-chief of Taschen’s Book of Symbols

Getty Images Director of Visual Trends, Pam Grossman, speaks to Ami Ronnberg, editor-in-chief of Taschen's Book of Symbols, about the concept of archetypes as symbols, and how these are playing out in modern visual storytelling and advertising. read more

Small Cameras, Big Stories

Art and science have always moved forward hand in hand; with advances in technology being adopted and adapted by artists in order to portray the world around them in new and better ways. See how award winning wildlife filmmaker John Downer is continually pushing at the technological boundaries of image capture technology in his quest to bring us a more intimate view of the animal world. read more

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