Londnr Magazine is curated content for the curious mind.
Featuring insightful essays, intriguing histories and beautifully written fashion edits, we focus on the arts, culture and lifestyle in our capital.
A print and digital publication, we shy away from quick-fix journalism, preferring to take our time telling a story. At the core of our ethos is a respect for the creative industries and we support writers and artists where we can, whether it be through our events, sponsorships or Photographic Residency scheme.
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Nina-Sophia MirallesFounder & Editor
A born and bred Londoner, Nina holds a UCL literature degree and has a background working in art acquisition. After working as a freelance journalist both in digital and print, Nina launched Londnr in 2o15 where she remains at the helm. In 2016 she won The Hospital Club Top 100 ‘Rising Star’ award, which celebrates influential and innovative people working across Britain’s creative industries, in 2018 she won the Young Stationers’ Prize in the category of publishing, digital and print. She’s always on the lookout for exciting new voices in the city!
Anna is an academic gone wild; originally from Finland she now lives in leafy North London. An accomplished writer, researcher and photographer, Anna moved here in 2009 to write her PhD at King’s College London. Since finishing her doctorate on Proust, she has worked as a Visiting Postdoc Fellow at King’s and as the meticulous mind who hones the content at Londnr.
Bradley’s background is in interior design, which he studied at KLC School of Design. Brought up in Cambridge, he’s been living in Chelsea since graduating and has spent several years specialising in interiors and visual merchandising. Since, he has worked in web design applying his skills particularly to layout, branding and frontend development.
With a first-class film degree from Falmouth University, James appeared in London to take up a Master’s in Media, Power and Public Affairs at Royal Holloway. With a wide range of experience across film, journalism and politics James now holds the post of publisher for Londnr. He’s primarily responsible for managing operations and overseeing marketing.