I’m a professional writer with a background in magazines features and travel journalism. I’ve been sending dispatches from the front line of freelance writing for over 15 years.


If you need words, I’ve got them. I can write winning articles for your print or digital publication, compose compelling guest posts for your blog, compile engaging editorial content for your website, or write second-to-none stories for your brochure.


I’m based in Chester and regularly cover stories for national publications around Northwest Britain and Wales.


If you’ve got a deadline, then I can meet it. Interested? Please get in touch to discuss how I can help. I’m on [email protected] and 07974 390436


I know what makes a good story and understand how to deliver it on time with accuracy and flair.


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Latest Projects

The Amazing Story Of How My Music Fanzine Made History

March 9, 2018

It was 1994. I was a student on a postgraduate magazine journalism course in London with a project deadline. Step forward Heaven Up Here, a music fanzine I put together with two fellow students. We dreamed of jobs on Select magazine and loved getting on the guestlist for gigs at venues like the Astoria and … Read more

Why I made the shortlist for the French Travel Media Awards

March 2, 2018

It was close but no cigar. My story about a tour of the French Riviera [pictured above], first published in the Daily Telegraph, was shortlisted this week at the French Travel Media awards. The article describes a trip in the footsteps of film stars and the Euro glitterati. It was timed around the 70th anniversary … Read more

Two terrific reasons for a half-term day out in Liverpool

February 9, 2018

I owe Gary Oldman a beer. I’d tried pitching a story before about Western Approaches, the secret wartime bunker under an office block in Liverpool. It didn’t work out. But with Darkest Hour cleaning up at cinemas and Mr Oldman tipped for an Oscar on March 4, Winston Churchill is writ large on screen once … Read more