Curating 2018-03-04T02:33:50+00:00


The first exhibition I ever worked on was Michelangelo’s Drawings at the British Museum in 2006. Given that these works of extreme brilliance only see the light of day in a major show once in a lifetime I feared I had peaked too soon. And then I entered the dynamic, unpredictable world of contemporary art and learnt the rules all over again.

I was Director of the pioneering gallery founded by Mandy d’Abo, The Cat Street Gallery in Hong Kong. After four years witnessing and participating in the boom in the Asian art market I returned to London to direct the Contemporary Department of London’s oldest dealership, The Fine Art Society. In October 2016, I was appointed Head of Collections for Soho House Globally.

It is one of the largest collections of contemporary art on permanent display with over 3500 artworks across 18 sites. I am happily nurturing the existing collection whilst making further acquisitions for new sites in India, Dumbo New York, London, Barcelona, Hong Kong and Amsterdam. Each site has a considered curatorial premise, from highlighting gender inequality in the art world, to asking famous artists to play a surrealist line drawing game to creating a platform for young artistic talent in London.


Below are a few highlights of the exhibitions I have curated throughout the past decade.



WATTLE February 2011 The Space, Hong Kong Wattle was the first major survey exhibition of contemporary Australian art in Hong Kong. The exhibition showcased the extraordinary depth and range of the Australian art scene, [...]