Calum is lead producer at Dezeen.
He holds an undergraduate degree in English literature and film studies from University of Glasgow, where he also worked for the Glasgow Film Festival and co-founded an events series at Sub Club. He spent a year teaching English at a high school in Fukuoka, Japan, and then completed a master's in film studies at King's College London, before starting at Dezeen in October 2016.
The founders of luggage startup Horizn Studios explain how its products incorporate smart technology to serve a new generation of travellers in this exclusive movie Dezeen produced for the Berlin-based brand. More
This captioned movie shows how Japanese art collective TeamLab filled a park in Japan's Saga Prefecture with light-based installations, including a digital waterfall and a school of virtual koi carp swimming in a pond. More one-minute movies ›
One-minute movie: RCA graduate Julian Melchiorri says his design for a synthetic biological leaf, which creates oxygen via photosynthesis like a real plant, could enable long-distance space travel. More
What Design Can Do has teamed up with Autodesk Foundation and IKEA Foundation to launch the Climate Action Challenge, a competition inviting designers to come up with proposals responding to climate change. More
A vision to transform the desolate Los Angeles River into a bustling oasis featuring cycle paths, play areas, public art and kayaking facilities features in the latest movie from our Dezeen x MINI Living video series. More
In this exclusive movie produced by Dezeen, MINI Living Initiative creative lead Oke Hauser and SO-IL co-director Ilias Papageorgiou explain why they collaborated to install a translucent prefab home in an unused urban plot in Milan. More
One-minute movie: Swiss architecture firm Gramazio Kohler Architects and roboticist Raffaello D’Andrea have collaborated with ETH Zürich to investigate how drones can be programmed to "weave" simple tensile structures in the air.
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One-minute movie: in this exclusive movie for Dezeen, Bjarke Ingels explains how his firm BIG created an undulating pavilion on the lawn of the Serpentine Gallery using thousands of fibreglass blocks stacked on top of each other.