Continuing our look at our very own series Between The Lines – which launched our new audiovisual showcase site First Broadcast last week – today is the turn of Esquire creative director David Mckendrick.
We went to David’s impeccably neat flat in London’s iconic Barbican to have a bit of a nose around and find out how and why David decamps to his home when he has a big redesign job on. He was also generous enough to show us some original sketches for Esquire covers, let us leaf through some of his magazine collection and tell us why swimming is such an integral part of his working day.
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