Beirut’s female photographers capture a scarred past and an embattled present

[First published at Huck Magazine 27 May 2015] In the fifth and final instalment of Oodee’s POV Female series, released this week, the Lebanese capital Beirut is brought into focus by five of the city’s foremost female photographers.The projects run the gamut from transgressive reclamations of public space to disturbing snapshots of an urban area in the immediate aftermath of a devastating war. Each series … Continue reading Beirut’s female photographers capture a scarred past and an embattled present

The Rise and Fall of Fulham FC, and Why It’s OK

[First published at Paste Magazine, November 4, 2011] Football clubs are atavistic. We all swear blind that we deserve better, but, in the end, our teams revert to type. Players, managers, and chairmen come and go, but there’s a thread through a club’s history that can’t easily be cut. When Fulham fired Felix Magath last month after a disastrous seven months that saw the club … Continue reading The Rise and Fall of Fulham FC, and Why It’s OK