About Me

My Story

Biotech writing combines my passion for creative writing with my interest and experience in technology and the life sciences. After graduating in Biological Sciences from the University of Oxford, I moved to London to work as a technology consultant in the finance, education, and healthcare industries.  In my spare time I tutor Biology, Chemistry, and Physics from primary school to A-level, so am used to adapting my style of explaining scientific content to suit an audience.  

My true obsession has always been stories , whether it’s reading, watching, writing or telling them, and I think that reflects in my work.  I also write a personal blog offering career advice for millenials who are struggling to figure out what they want to do for a living, from the perspective of someone who has made plenty of mistakes and finally found what makes him happy. 

 I take a break from books and screens by working out in a home-built (but mostly safe) gym and going for long walks with my dogs and headphones. 

My Approach

Before becoming a full-time writer, I worked as a technology consultant for 4 years. This means I’ve got plenty of experience of quickly getting to grips with complex information regarding new technologies and explaining it to others in a clear, concise way. On top of that, I’m used to working on projects in demanding industries with tight deadlines and having to respond quickly to client feedback. 

Managing projects and delivering value to clients is second nature to me, so I apply those same skills to every writing job I take. I’ll work hard to understand how you want your message to feel when somebody reads it. Work with me and you’ll get the best of both worlds; a professional client focussed service, plus of course some brilliant written content. 

I follow the same proven and effective approach with every client:

  1. Understand. What challenge are we trying to solve? I’ll ensure I understand the building blocks of your content: brand voice, keywords, goals. 
  2. Align. You’ll receive a detailed plan explaining the exact times you can expect each element of the project to be completed. 
  3. Implement. You can now put your energy into other areas of your business while I research, create, and edit your content. 
  4. Adjust. I’m confident you’ll be happy with your content, but there will always be some room in the plan to account for any minor tweaks to ensure it’s perfect.