Ian Garrick Mason is an independent filmmaker, photographer, and essayist. He has produced short documentaries on topics like film festivals, resume "whitening", blockchain and finance, and intelligent cities; his recent films on urban planning philosophies and on the innovative re-use of infrastructure for parks were both featured by Canadian Architect. He is a contributing editor at Barcelona-based urbanNext, and as a freelance journalist he has written on politics and culture for publications like The Times Literary Supplement, The Boston Globe, The Walrus, and The New Statesman.
Ian's photography concentrates on fashion, portraits, and the personalities of cities. He was the founding editor of SCOPE, a global magazine of ideas, culture, and emerging talent, and is the managing director of Hassard Fay, a boutique firm that helps organizations develop ideas-based creative content through documentary-style videos, infographics, and other formats.
For more information on Ian's work, to discuss opportunities and potential projects, or to just say hello, feel free to get in touch.