I’m a content writer and journalist working in Norwich. I write about technology, business, politics, economics, design, culture and the future. All of my writing draws upon a compulsive desire for knowledge and the establishment of connections between seemingly unrelated fields. My work blends literature and science, economics and ethics, philosophical speculation and the everyday. A role model? For me Sir Thomas Browne, the great Norwich polymath and essayist.
I write for publications including CityMetric, The New European, openDemocracy, The Calvert Journal, The Fabian Society, New Socialist, New Left Project, Creative Bloq and Social Europe. When I worked in Edinburgh I co-founded the digital magazine Sceptical Scot to provide a non-partisan forum for Scotland’s ongoing independence debate. I’m currently looking out for content writing opportunities.
You’ll find my latest published work here and occasional writing that doesn’t appear elsewhere. I’ve picked out a few featured items showcasing the variety of writing I’ve done over the past couple of years.
I’ve worked in the field of digital communications for 20 years, during which time I’ve also worked as a web and graphic designer. I continue to design and develop websites using the WordPress publishing system.
I’ve developed sites for clients including businesses, arts organisations, social enterprises, schools and charities – please see Justin Reynolds/Designer. Unless otherwise stated I took and edited the photos and designed the graphics that appear on this site.