About Me

Tom Jeffreys
I am an independent writer and editor covering art and culture for the past ten years. I write regularly for Apollo, Frieze, and Monocle, and my work has also been published in, among others, art-agenda, Country Walking, Cricinfo, Mr and Mrs Smith, New Scientist, The Daily Telegraph, The Evening Standard, The Independent, and World of Interiors. I also often write essays for exhibition publications.

As a freelance communications consultant, I help cultural organisations to tell the stories that make them unique. My work spans communications strategies, brand tone of voice, corporate style guides, and staff training. I have significant experience writing, editing and proofreading all aspects of brand communications, from funding proposals to marketing mail-outs, annual reports and online copy. Past and present clients include Agenda Communications, Frame Finland, Pelham Communications and the Royal Academy of Arts.

In addition, I am the editor of The Learned Pig, an online magazine with four main areas of interest: art, thinking, nature, and writing.

My first book – Signal Failure: London to Birmingham, HS2 on foot – is published by Influx Press, April 2017.

If you would like to get in touch then feel free to drop me an email.