I started out as a football journalist in 2000 at Haymarket's FourFourTwo.com and later became editor
of travel magazine, TNT Australia & New Zealand.
After eight years abroad, I moved back to the UK in 2010 and went freelance full-time, specialising in outdoor adventure. As well as journalism, I've been involved in numerous books; writing, subediting and editing.
Nowadays I'm busy with coaching and my own training, but I'm still open to occasional, compelling commissions.
My writing credits include:
Theguardian.com, Independent.co.uk, The Telegraph, Runner's World, Women's Running, Trail Running, Men's Health, Country Walking, T3, Men's Fitness, iRunFar.com, Sidetracked.com, Wild, Outdoor Fitness
The Telegraph, FourFourTwo, Rough Guide 11s: Arsenal (author), Best XI: Arsenal (co-author), When Saturday Comes, FHM, Official Arsenal Annual (editor)
Lonely Planet, Rough Guides, Time Out, AA Guides, Get Lost, TNT (Australia, New Zealand, UK), Real Travel, News.com.au, Australia & New Zealand
POPULAR CULTURE & OTHER
The Rough Guide To Cult Fiction, The Rough Guide To Cult TV, Never Mind The Bollards; various projects for Future Publishing, Sunday Publishing, Cedar Publishing, Grange Books, Quarto
Select online stories:
The Spine Race
Cotswold Way Century
10 Things No One Tells Your Before You Run an Ultramarathon
South West Coast