I’m a freelance technology writer and consultant based in Leicester.
My mission is simple: to make technology more efficient, more powerful and more effective.
I’ve been writing professionally about technology since 2007, when I joined PC Pro magazine. I spent six years at PC Pro, writing most of the PC reviews and group tests for the magazine and website. I also regularly reviewed laptops, tablets, smartphones, components and peripherals.
At PC Pro I wrote features, news stories and blog posts, and helped with proofing and editing. I attended and reported on press conferences, and travelled the UK meeting with PC manufacturers and technology firms.
I left PC Pro in 2013 and have since written for TechRadar, PC Advisor, IT Pro, The Inquirer, Stuff, Micro Mart, Know Your Mobile, Bit-tech, Red Bull Gaming, HardwareHeaven, Gamespot, Minecraft World, and GamesIndustry.Biz.
I’ve done mobile content strategy work with The Telegraph’s Project Babb football site, and have worked on copywriting projects for Scan, Overclockers UK, PNY and Corsair. I’ve produced videos for Ballistix and Kuoda PR. I’ve handled consultancy projects for small businesses, including accountancy firms and marketing companies.
I also take photographs for use in my reviews and features. They’re in the gallery on the right-hand side of this page.
I’m always available for commissions for writing or consultancy work, and always eager to discuss new opportunities – I pride myself on the quality of my work and also on my versatility when it comes to tackling new projects.