Welcome to my website, which features some of my journalistic moments from the mid-Nineties onwards. I’ve worked for titles including GQ, Jack, Front, Grand Designs and – where I first started out – Amateur Photographer. I’ve also freelanced at NME, Men’s Health, Esquire, The Guardian’s The Guide and Vox and even dipped my toes in biofuels, which isn’t as painful as it sounds. Recently, I ran a website as a hobby about cool British culture, British Ideas Corporation, and its associated Facebook page, which had 92,000 followers at one point. Both are now closed – it was getting to be a full-time job.
You will notice that much of my work revolves around leftfield subjects, things like electricity pylons, streetlighting, Factory Records, old aeroplanes and pre-2000 football. Maybe some of the information on my site can be used for your own projects. Feel free to plunder – although a credit would be nice.
And I’m free for writing and sub-editing tasks, should you need someone who comes at a subject from a different angle.
Well, I’ll let you get on.