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Mark Hedley

Mark Hedley


Mark Hedley is Editorial Director of Square Up Group, overseeing the creative output of 20 different media brands. He was part of the team that founded Square Mile magazine more than 13 years ago – and his day-to-day job is editing both Square Mile magazine and its sister title, Hedge magazine. Originally, he began his career as a photographer but rapidly realised, like most great British sportsmen, he was more suited to sitting down. He has a passion for fine wine, fast cars and luxury travel – none of which he can afford, so it’s just as well he became a magazine editor.

Mark Hedley's articles

Kitty Fisher’s is no flash in the pan

When Kitty Fisher’s first launched it was the darling of Mayfair. Five years on, does the Shepherd Market restaurant still have the same charm?

Why Aldo Kane is the hardest man you'll ever meet

A world record holder and former Royal Marines Commando sniper, Aldo Kane tells us what it takes to be at the top of your game

Rising star: Jack Fox follows in his family's footsteps

With father, brother and uncle all in the business, it was somewhat inevitable that Jack Fox would end up on screen himself one day

Flying sky high with London in the sky

With London in the Sky holding the longest residency yet in the UK, we went to see what all the fuss was about. Even Liam Payne is a fan...

Aaron Pierre is the South Londoner taking over stage and screen

He’s starred opposite Mark Rylance at the Globe, battled General Zod on Krypton, and hopes to one day play his hero, Muhammad Ali. Meet Aaron Pierre – the South Londoner who’s shooting for the stars

The Lamborghini Urus proves that supercars really can go supersized

The age of the super SUV is now firmly established – and the Lamborghini Urus may be the most exciting one yet. But it's actually been decades in the making…

When it comes to sleep, size matters

If you want a long night’s sleep, you’ve got to go big. And they don’t come much bigger than a Mammoth mattress

Coco Dávez is creating art for a digital age

The work of acclaimed Spanish artist Coco Dávez is coming to the Maddox Gallery. We caught up with her for an exclusive interview

The Ferrari F8 Tributo: a testament to V8 power

Ferrari’s new two-seater is faster, lighter and more aerodynamic than its predecessor. And it has more power. Lots more power.

The McLaren 720S Spider offers a thrilling summer drive

The 720S Coupe was already a Ferrari-slayer – and now it has its summer wardrobe sorted in the form of the McLaren 720S Spider

Talking Dirty with Isaac Carew

Male model, TV presenter and professional chef: Isaac Carew is quite the catch. The Dirty Dishes star opens up about life beyond social media – and what the future holds…

In praise of wagyu: welcome to Tokimeitē

Japanese restaurant Tokimeitē offers a master class in kaiseki fine dining – its wagyu beef alone making it worth a visit

Indian fine dining has just gone up a level (again!)

Kutir is Rohit Ghai's new fine-dining Indian restaurant in Chelsea. Given Ghai's impressive success at Gymkhana and Jamavar, is his first solo project up to scratch?

Rev up the most exclusive Aston Martin in the world

Celebrate the historic 1959 Aston Martin Le Mans win by driving this beautiful green machine – only 24 of the DBS 59 will be built

The humanity of conflict: portraits from the Syrian Civil War

Portrait photographer Joey L spent several years documenting the Syrian Civil War, but his images weren’t ever intended to be a report of conflict – rather a tool to enable the story of the ongoing fight to be told from a Kurdish point of view

Audi’s first electric car is more than just an E-SUV – it’s the future of driving

The new Audi e-tron might sound like a spaceship from a sci-fi blockbuster, but on the sand dunes of Abu Dhabi we found this futuristic EV to be a surprisingly engaging drive

Tod's has invented a new type of shoe

Is it a shoe? Is it a sneaker? Neither – welcome to the shoeker, the latest release from Tod's

M Threadneedle Street is more than a great steak restaurant

The Himalayan salt chamber at M Threadneedle is a key part of ensuring the steak on your plate is every bit as fine as you’d expect, but it’s not just about the meat at this suave City spot, says Mark Hedley

Don't let Sir Norman Foster's 1,000ft Tulip penetrate London's skyline

If the Gherkin was seen as risque when it was first built, Sir Norman Foster's latest application to the City of London planning department is outright x-rated

Could the Jaguar I-PACE topple Tesla?

The vital statistics for Jaguar’s debut EV make for exciting reading. Mark Hedley gets behind the wheel to see if the reality lives up to the numbers. Batteries are included…