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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

Overfinch Range Rovers are a perfect medley of beauty and beast

Put some power in your drive... Overfinch Range Rovers are a perfect medley of beauty and the beast

What do Mick Jagger, Kate Moss and the Queen have in common? All holiday in Mustique

Mustique is an island favoured by the rich and famous for good reason – it’s the ultimate place to get away from it all in style

How to make the world's best shoes

Each pair of Crockett & Jones shoes is the result of traditional British artisan craftsmanship at its finest. Mark Hedley goes behind the scenes at the company’s Northampton factory to see the meticulous process in action

Meet Percelle Ascott: co-founder of the Wall of Comedy and star of The Innocents

Star of the new Netflix series The Innocents, Percelle Ascott is not your average actor. Ascott talks about balancing his new career path with his self-made empire, The Wall of Comedy

Vertex M100B: the Dirty Dozen relaunch goes dark

Vertex was once Britain's biggest watch manufacturer. With the new M100B, it's made a modern and authentic homage to its second world war history

Meet the the C7 Apex Limited Edition from Christopher Ward

Meet the new motorsport-inspired watch from Christopher Ward. You'll have to move fast if you want one

Live like a lord of the manor at Lower Mill Estate

Fancy yourself as a lord or lady of the manor but don’t want the stress? At Lower Mill Estate in the Cotswolds, you can enjoy all the benefits of owning a country estate with zero fuss

The food at The Ninth is a solid ten out of ten

The ninth venture from Jun Tanaka – and the first restaurant he has actually owned – The Ninth allows the legendary chef to make food exactly how he wants to

Project Maximus is a superyacht in every sense of the word

Heesen’s revolutionary new 83m superyacht is Maximus by name, and maximus by nature

Jamie Foxx makes the perfect host in new Off Script interview series

Actor, singer and all-round living legend, Jamie Foxx talks Mark Hedley through the Grey Goose Off Script series, his new role in Robin Hood and his legendary house parties

The new Bentley Continental GT is a grand tourer de force

With the new Continental GT, Bentley has elevated a classic to new heights. Mark Hedley heads to Austria’s highest peak to put it through its paces

Summer shirts: linen, printed, and cool as you like

Worboys has only been on the scene for a couple of years, but it's already making the coolest shirts of the summer

"I’m happy to be here, man." Professor Green on new music and mental health

Professor Green is a man in control. He’s making the best music of his life, he’s producing hard-hitting documentaries, and he’s happy for the first time in years. But Mark Hedley learns that his journey has been anything but an easy ride

Meet the most expensive motorbike ever made

Rev up the Harley-Davidson Blue Edition: the most expensive motorbike ever made. And blue. Very, very blue

Roux at the Landau is a British institution that moves with the times

Fresh from refurbishment, the Roux at the Landau is back in a more casual guise. We find out if it tastes as good as it looks

"It’s your job to eat, drink and make merry." Roganic makes fine dining fun

Fine-dining restaurants have a lot to learn from the recently reopened Roganic. Enjoy the opportunity to eat seriously well in a not-so-serious environment

"I was the guy you could always call on to go out." How Chevy Rough escaped a life of addiction in the City

After a decade of working in the City, Chevy Rough had become a person he really didn’t want to be. He tells Mark Hedley how he swapped stress and addiction for a more mobile, mindful way of life

The Flying Huntsman looks like an army truck but drives like a dream

The 6X6 Civilian Carrier from Chelsea Truck Co is based (loosely) on the Land Rover Defender 110, and was launched at this year’s Geneva Motor Show

The new Portofino may be practical – but it's still a Ferrari

The new Portofino may be the most approachable of Ferraris – but that doesn't mean it's a soft touch

Brand Watch: Sons of London

Sons of London are an Anglo-Italian shoe brand that are changing the game in mens luxury footwear. Reasonable prices and artisan craftsmanship – we're sold.