Tilly Craig is a writer, researcher and producer based in Devon. She holds an MA in Literature and Film from the University of Exeter, and a BA in Literature from Goldsmiths, London.
Tilly has extensive experience writing for the arts and cultural sector, having developed projects including publications, films and events for cultural organisations such as The Box and KARST (Plymouth). Through FLOCK collective, Tilly has worked in a consultancy capacity with artists to develop and shape press releases and promotional writing for online spaces.
Her own research has examined gender and the occult through contemporary media and online landscapes, and, alongside working with FLOCK, she is a member of Black Mirror research network. Her writing on art and film has been featured by Elephant, Suspira, Broccoli and Record Collector magazines, and in artists editions and independent zines.
Tilly is interested in exploring themes of identity, place and the occult through written and visual projects. She is co-editing a book of selected papers from Seeking the Marvellous (a symposium she co-organised in 2017) and producing the catalogue for Mohini Chandra’s forthcoming exhibition, Paradise Lost (2021).