Bryony Quinn

Bryony Quinn is a writer, editor and teacher based in Somerset, UK. She writes in the intersection of visual culture and literature, with a focus on obliquity—things that lean, diagonals, digressions—writing patterns, women in design education and cultural etymologies. She is co-editor of BFTK #4: On Translation, Transmission and Transposition and co-founded the design journal A Line Which Forms A Volume.

Quinn is an Associate Lecturer teaching on MA Graphic Media Design, London College of Communication, BA and MA Illustration, Camberwell College of Arts, and Visiting Lecturer in the School of Communication at the Royal College of Art. Until late 2021, she was a Senior Lecturer and Module Leader of Contextual Studies in Art & Design at the University of East London. 

She holds a MA in Critical Writing in Art & Design from the Royal College of Art, where she was recipient of the annual Critical Writing Prize, editor of Arc, and co-organiser of a conference on the life and work of John Berger. Quinn studied BA Illustration at Camberwell College of Arts.