Philip Dodd is an award-winning broadcaster, writer, curator and cultural entrepreneur.
From 1997-2004, Philip was Director of the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London where he introduced many innovations, from a writer-in-residence programme, which included Zadie Smith to The Club, a networking agency which supported 500 of London's young creative businesses. In 2004, he left the ICA to found an agency, Made in China, to develop cultural and educational projects between China and the UK.
He has published widely, including two influential studies of national identity and a book on art and value. He has also been editor of the cinema magazine 'Sight and Sound' and deputy editor of 'New Statesman'.