Writer, Journalist, Editor
Media Production | London, United Kingdom, GB
I am a London based writer who specialises in men's lifestyle and technology. I've been nominated twice for new journalist of the year, and have a range of experience across magazines, websites and iPad editions spanning sevem years.
I am currently the editor of The Journal, an off-shoot of Digitaltheatre.com which provides a hub for the world's best performing arts to congregate.
Over the past two years I have contributed on a daily basis to AskMen.com, maintain a technology blog for Huffington Post, a columnist at Business Weekly, a cultural commentator for Chorus+Echo, and have written for FHM, MSN Him, GQ, Mr Porter, Wired UK, Project, Men's Health and ShortList. I have also written for StyList, FT Weekend, Zoo, Nuts and Virgin Magazine.
I have also launched a new website, apowl.com which collects and curates ideas from around the internet and presents them in an attractive, easy to navigate format.
Outside of my magazine duties, I have worked on the relaunch and rebranding of companies at both domestic and international levels.
Prior to this I was news editor for T3 Magazine - a monthly gadget and technology publication - managing the news section for both the magazine, iPad and T3.com. Here I oversaw a team of writers and helped shape the news agenda, deliver exclusives, and a wide range of ideas across all three platforms.
Before that I was a staff writer at ShortList Magazine for three years, during which time I edited a food and drink section, health and fitness, ShortList.com and DVD and book reviews. I also carried out a number of high profile interviews including two prime ministers and a range of Hollywood actors and sportsmen.
Outside of my journalistic duties, I also write books - I co-authored "We're Electric: A Collection of Essays on Electricity" - and develop documentaries, TV shows and films.