I’ve been working with high-quality content, across multiple different platforms, for over a decade. That mostly means making magazines, in various print and digital formats.

I’m currently Editorial Tools Subject Matter Expert at Condé Nast International – acting as product owners for several bits of new technology across the business, and making sure that they work for designers, editors and writers.

I’m also a consultant for Guardian Masterclasses – a programme of short courses, talks and other live events covering everything from responsive information architecture to cookery.

As iPad Projects Manager at Condé Nast in the UK I oversaw the award-winning tablet launches of WIRED, GQ, Vanity Fair and Vogue. I am also working on cross-platform workflow systems and staffing structures for Condé Nast.

I’ve advised other magazines and organisations on getting their content onto the iPad, recently including frieze. I continue to work on print projects, most recently some consultancy for Time Out.

And I also work on talks, Q&As and current events. I’m currently working for The Guardian on their Masterclasses strands.

I’m a co-founder of Clever Boxer, the workshops for people who want to develop skills in the creative industries. I’m also one of the founders of Trashed – a creative multimedia platform for teenagers which launched in September 2009.

Before Wired I was Editor (Online) of Time Out, having previously held positions as Associate Editor and Features Editor across the magazine and website. I have extensive experience of working across both digital and print media platforms, and have particular experience of developing new and integrated workflows and structures.

I occasionally find time to write – mostly about culture, technology and business. You can read more about my areas of expertise here.

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