YOUNG GOLD TEETH is a London-based blog that celebrates creative lifestyles. The site showcases multidisciplinary projects and events, and promotes sustainable and inspirational brands and experiences. It also serves as a source of inspiration for people of all ages within the creative industries, covering anything from vegan recipes and inspiring illustrators to unique stories on solo-run businesses and work/life balance.


Emily Beeson set up YGT with hopes of sharing more of the art, design, experiences and events that make London so vibrant and unique. Working with creatives, entrepreneurs, charities and brands, she creates new stories and nurtures positive relationships.

YGT belongs to the people that it features and Emily aims to publish articles that not only celebrate and support creative lifestyles, but do so with integrity. She believes strongly in championing creative talent, independent businesses and inspirational women, putting them and their stories first.


From group exhibitions and mini festivals to fundraisers and live conversations, YGT stages inclusive and empowering community events and takes part in pop-ups, talks and workshops across London.

If you are interested in hosting, sponsoring, speaking or volunteering at one of YGT’s events, or if you would like to invite Emily to become involved with or speak at an event you are hosting, get in touch by emailing younggoldteeth@outlook.com or fill out the form below.


YOUNG GOLD TEETH features carefully-selected products and brands. If you believe your product, organisation or service matches YGT’s ethos and would like to see it featured, email younggoldteeth@outlook.com.

Emily believes in building strong, lasting partnerships founded on belief, not budget, and that everybody deserves to share their story.


Interviewed by blogger and nutritionist Laura Thomas PhD for her podcast Don’t Salt My Game. This episode is a Christmas special on supporting independent businesses and buying well.

Emily was interviewed by ethical luxury brand The Soap Co. for their #GiveGoodGifts project, a seasonal Q&A series with bloggers, brands and tastemakers from around the UK.

Style, culture and lifestyle publication Apparently Magazine promoted Emily’s one-day event YOUNG GOLD TALKS and her mission to champion young creatives.

Emily’s 2016 event YOUNG GOLD TALKS, a free day of talks by industry professionals hosted by Google Campus, was featured by the team at Inkygoodness.

Emily was interviewed by We Blog Design, a network run by bloggers for bloggers, about her background, her blog YOUNG GOLD TEETH and her day-to-day.

Emily was interviewed on Shoreditch Radio by Laurie Havelock of the Podshambles Podcast about creative career choices and favourite tunes for What’s Your Plan B?

Interviewed by lifestyle store Collett + Holder about finding a healthy work/life balance. The interview features images from Emily’s recent collaboration with the shop.

Interviewed by Workspiration about founding YOUNG GOLD TEETH, favoured creative tools, being productive online and cultivating a digital skill set.

Contributed to the DMA’s British Copywriting Census. Credited in Why Your Copywriter Looks Sad, an e-book created as part of the Great British Copywriting campaign.

Interviewed for HEART Zine about YOUNG GOLD TEETH, launching the blog and creative collective and creating opportunities for young artists and makers.

Interviewed by Sister Magazine about YOUNG GOLD TEETH, its first exhibition and the Kickstarter campaign launched to help the one-day event go ahead.

Interviewed for creative platform Soapbox Press and subsequently by Advertising Week about what to expect from the blog’s not-for-profit pop-up art show.

Emily was featured in the IdeasTap 2014 Annual Review after being awarded an Innovators Fund, enabling YOUNG GOLD TEETH’s first showcase of creative talent.