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.
The new Lotus Evija will pack a 1,972bhp punch, making it the most powerful series production car in history. With only 130 models due to be made, you better get your name on the list... (It's pronounced ‘E-vi-ya’, by the way)
He may have landed a role in one of the hottest TV series to hit our screens in years, but he’s only just getting started. Killing Eve star Edward Bluemel tells Mark Hedley about his acting journey so far
Vérité has racked up 15 Robert Parker centuries in just 20 years, taking the fight to the French. Is this American red really good enough to match the grands crus of bordeaux?
Ethan Boroian is one of Moët Hennessy’s rising stars. Mark Hedley catches up with him over a glass or two…
With father, brother and uncle all in the business, it was somewhat inevitable that Jack Fox would end up on screen himself one day
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 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…
The 720S Coupe was already a Ferrari-slayer – and now it has its summer wardrobe sorted in the form of the McLaren 720S Spider
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?