I’ve been a full-time freelance writer since 2013, but I was writing part-time for many years before that. My writing work broadly falls into two categories: video games and content marketing.
I’ve written feature articles, reviews and previews for a range of huge UK games websites, including Kotaku UK, Eurogamer, GamesRadar+, Rock Paper Shotgun and PCGamesN. I’ve also had my work published in print in PC Gamer UK, and I’ve written advertorials and sponsored content for games promotions, such as a sponsored feature on the exhibition Videogames: Design/Play/Disrupt at the V&A Museum.
In addition to this paid work, I run the video game website A Most Agreeable Pastime, and I was behind the blog 101 Video Games That Made My Life Slightly Better – between them, they’ve been viewed 400,000 times.
As you can probably tell, I like video games a lot. Head this way to see my portfolio of video game articles.
I’ve created a wide range of content for numerous diverse brands, from features to social media posts.
I’ve been working with Skyscanner since 2014 to create sponsored features, flight-deal round-ups and other content to be featured in their weekly newsletter, as well as refreshing old articles to improve SEO and impact. I’ve also written brochures and articles for several clients in the financial sector, including Tesco Bank and Editions Financial.
I tend to specialise in technology, which has led to work with companies like IBM, Insight, Medtronic and Bouncepad. But generally I’m pretty versatile! Head this way to see my portfolio of content marketing material.