I am a writer, musician, and occasional photographer.
Surviving with Grace is a space for me to think broadly about cultural, political and aesthetic issues. If I trained for anything it was literary criticism, and while I might not have pursued that as a profession, its disciplines till inform how I look at the world, the things I read, watch and listen to.
I earn my living as a commercial copywriter, helping my clients identify and tell the stories they really need to tell. This means I have to think about business, about organisations and how they communicate internally and externally, about how our words and institutions work and change us.
I write explicitly about business issues in my other blog: Being true. There’s some crossover, when thinking about issues like leadership or identity, so some entries might appear in both blogs.
I live by the coast in South East England. I’m divorced with three children.
Find out more from my website: http://www.brasington.co.uk