but what you make others see.
art is not what you see
James studies at Manchester School of Architecture as part of the Architecture of the Processional City atelier whilst writing and speaking on art history. Publishing his first short essay in 2010 [Michelangelo: the Man, his Works, his Legacy] and giving talks to societies around the UK on Michelangelo in the Vatican, Monet: Colour in Impressionism was published in paperback in 2011. After being downloaded close to 28,000 times on the iBookstore between January and August 2012 [read an interview], a special edition of Monet: Colour in Impressionism for iPad was released in over fifty countries in the Autumn of 2012. James co-founded Mies. UK [download portfolio] [Architects' Journal] with Arian Lehner in early 2013, as well as co-founding and hosting the Before You're 30 events in Manchester [download portfolio]. He is President of the Manchester Student Society of Architecture and is a Contributing Editor at ArchDaily.
the latest trailer from Mies. UK
trailer: Before You're 30