Corinne Mynatt is a writer, editor, consultant and producer, working across design, architecture, art, tech, food, and film for cultural and commercial clients. She is an interlocutor and facilitator, developing strategies and concepts across creative sectors including editorial outputs, curating commissions, research and event programmes. Executing projects from concept to completion, she draws from her practical and theoretical experience across these creative disciplines, with an international network of designers, artists, architects and strategic thinkers across the UK,  Europe and the USA.

Recently she was co-curator of the Interspecies Future Symposium in Berlin, exploring a technological evolution towards the benefit of the nonhuman world with scientists, artists, and technologists. This resulted in Co-Editing the publication Interspecies Future: A Primer (2024). Her book Tools for Food: The objects that influence how and what we eat was published in 2021, and in Japanese and Italian in 2022. This research continues through documentation of tool-producing workshops across the world. Corinne was Film Producer of two experimental documentaries about the architects Geoffrey Bawa and Jørn Utzon, screened at film festivals worldwide until 2023. She is a contributing writer to various design and culture magazines whilst developing various publications, research initiatives, and film productions.

Corinne studied Fine Art at Pratt Institute in New York and at Central St. Martin’s in London, before completing a Masters in Contextual Design at the Design Academy Eindhoven. Her interdisciplinary and lateral approach keeps collaborators on their toes, whilst providing a birds eye view on the cultural landscape. She is based in London, often working from Europe or the USA.

I: @corinne_mynatt & @tools_for_food