“Light work: Jason Bruges is a designer who hopes to change the way we think about architecture through the use of light. Katie Lee finds out what lies behind his illuminating work”
Yep, rent-a-gob strikes again. This time I’ve been spouting off in the Evening Standard, talking about this new-fangled blogging malarkey. The piece isn’t up on the website, but if you click on this pic and then click on the little orange square thing on the bottom right hand corner, you can just about make it out. Incidentally, the interview I did ages ago for the Standard is here.
I had a fun few days last month being interviewed by Polly Vernon for the Observer and getting all dressed up for the photoshoot. You can read the article here.
The Sun interviewed me the other day. Apparently, women are spending on average £634 a year on gadgets. While they were at it, the Sun also got me to pick my top five gadgets for girls. Click here to read
Writing “gadgets for girls” features has become a popular pastime for journalists recently. Which is where I come in…
Recently mouthing off in:
The Sun – on a piece about girls spending lots of money on gadgets
Elle US – (Although they might have just given Shiny Shiny a mention and leave out my sparkling commentary – I never saw the piece.)
New York Times
Vogue UK – December 2004
The Evening Standard
6Music Phil Jupitus breakfast show. Dave Green likes a lie in every now and then.
ITV News – (According to my sisters’ review, I laughed at my own jokes and licked my teeth too much. On the plus side, my teeth looked white and you couldn’t see my bra through my shirt.
Radio Five Live
And an Irish Radio station I can’t recall the name of – but I did manage to say “peed off” twice on air and spent most of the time dodging queries about vibrators.