Thomas Leveritt is a half-American, half-British artist. Works in paintphotography and film.

SOME WRITING: The Pale Cast of Thought, an ayahusca trip in 2013 (Harper's Magazine); Selenium Valley, an excerpt from a mercifully unpublished novel about the Swedish chemist J.J. Berzelius (The Line); The Exchange-rate between lust and money, a reverie about a prostitute strike in Amsterdam (n+1); Johnny Two Times, a review of a terrible, awful Jonathan Lethem book that the Daily Beast spiked; Menarche in the USA, review of an Ashley Cardiff memoir about growing up and doing it (The Daily Beast); So Smart He's Dumb, a review of D.T.Max's David Foster Wallace book (The Independent); Burn Before Reading, some thoughts on Penguin's spectacular decision to publish late Nabokov jotttings as a Penguin Classic (The Independent); The Dude Abides, a review of Thomas Pynchon's Inherent Vice (The Independent); The Exchange-rate between love and money, a 2008 novel which won a Somerset Maugham Award and Betty Trask first novel award, and was described as a 'verbally dazzling' (Guardian) 'love story, tone poem, and seething meditation on history and politics... by turns exuberant, furious, bawdy, and mournful' (New Yorker), with a 'frankly awful jacket, designed by the author' (Daily Mail). Also: TelegraphTLSNYTIndyNew Statesman. There are also one or two old Spectator articles, but I'm so aghast at what The Spectator has become (the 'just asking questions' defence raised to the level of an entire magazine) that can we just agree not to link.

SOME PRESS: Guardian, SpiegelSimon & Schuster, The Big Issue, io9SlateABCRTL3AM Magazine, Trainwreck'dNY Daily NewsFast CoDesignboomFinancial TimesBBC.

There is also my bad Twitter.

Some photos of T.L.