Andrew Mackenzie has written, curated, edited and published on art and architecture for over twenty years. As a young British artist in the ’80s, he failed to become a Young British Artist. Instead, a detour through public art led to the Architectural Association Gallery, which he ran from 1995 to 2000. After moving to Australia, Andrew was at Architectural Review Australia for nine years before partnering with Mat Ward to found Uro Media and publish books on architecture. He now writes for the Australian Financial Review and The Saturday Paper, and is a contributing editor of Architecture Australia. He is also director of the architectural consultancy firm City Lab.