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  • David Bowie the Dame.

    Written by Susie Innes, TV Producer at Now. David Bowie. The Dame. I cried this morning. The good folk of Now were concerned when I got to the office, had been thinking of me when they heard the news, thought I might not make it to work. So although I have never considered myself an…


  • A perspective on 2015

    Written by Melissa Robertson, Chief Executive Officer at Now. 2015 has been an incredible year. We have witnessed some of the worst events the world has seen in recent history. From economic and environmental disasters to multiple terror attacks that have changed the lives, or certainly the perceptions, of almost everyone on the planet. But,…


  • Words fail me

    Written by Roger Morris,  Copywriter at Now. Like most people, I can get a bit anxious in stressful situations. But I’ve never suffered from crippling anxiety that prevents me from leaving the house. George Hodgson is a young man who knows exactly what that feels like. Until quite recently, his anxiety was so severe that…


  • Millennial ramblings on art and distraction

    Written by Luciana Bhangu, Account Manager at Now. On approaching Richard Jackson’s ‘Stacked Paintings’ in the Hamburger Bahnhol museum in Berlin, my first thought was “that would make a lovely divider wall in a flat.” Not the profound epiphany you want when visiting a great European modern art exhibition. This brought a dilemma to mind:…


  • Cool things I’ve seen

    Written by Robin Thomas, Digital Business Strategist at Now. Kicking off this week with a lot going on over at Google. Having more data than pretty much anyone else in the world they’re partnering with The American Heart Association to bring ‘new approaches to research’ into the causes, treatments and prevention of heart disease. They’re trying…


  • Just a normal night out with Simon

    Written by Eddie Arthur, Account Manager at Now. Monday is a day that sets the tone for the week; it can either kick it off nicely or it can make you miss the weekend that little bit more. This Monday was a little different to your average; I was looking forward to the Music Industry…


  • The Other Art Fair

    Written by Kerry Mitchell, Junior Artworker at Now. Going to art galleries and fairs is one of my favourite things do. It’s like you get a little glimpse into how someone else sees the world. So I thought I would share some of the art that caught my eye last weekend at the Other Art…


  • Fabric of India

    Written by Luciana Bhangu, Account Manager at Now. For me the V&A never disappoints, from the sculpture hall I used to marvel at as a young school girl, to the library which I spent many hours in as a university student (often pretending it was my campus). Last week I attended the private view of…


  • A small review of a big Hamlet

    Written by Susie Innes, TV Producer at Now. Last July, flush with just becoming a Barbican member, I was informed that we could get in early for the hottest ticket in town, Benedict Cumberbatch’ s Hamlet. Now I am not a CumberBitch by any means, but I always enjoy a bit of Sherlock and think…


  • Cool things I’ve seen this week

    Written by Robin Thomas, Digital Business Strategist at Now. For those who love tech and music, this is nirvana. Sonic Pi is a free live coding synth that enables those with even an elementary knowledge of code to create music. Enjoy. Jared Leto tours the Arctic to show the damage that climate change is having…