I specialise in technology-made-understandable and tips on money-saving.
I cover many subjects connected with computers and the Internet and have more recently developed a niche in writing about smartphone apps.
Editors and readers appreciate the clarity and conciseness in my writing. I believe I explain subjects from the reader’s perspective, striving to leave no questions unanswered, paying attention to the flow of the text on the screen.
The bulk of my IT articles have been written for Which? Computing Magazine, Saga’s online magazine and the BBC Webwise project. They are regarded as authoritative and have been quoted as references by sites such as eHow.
I understand that analytics show my articles are regularly shared via social networks by readers.
I began my journalistic career in the local press, where I worked for ten years years.
I am meanwhile available to take on copywriting projects, and am a qualified translator of German.