A passion turned editorial profession
I first watched the Tour de France in 1987. I was eight years old, and I was hooked. I've been a close follower of professional cycling ever since and, in recent years, have had the opportunity to combine my passion for cycling with my passion for editorial.
Copy editor for Pantani was a god, published April 2019
Feature contributor to issue 19 of Soigneur Journal, published July 2018
Translator and copy editor for Cartes du Tour by Paul Fournel, published late June 2018 by Bluetrain Publishing – the firm behind the 2017 William Hill Sports Book of the Year
Contributor to Radio 4's Profile programme on Sir Bradley Wiggins, broadcast March 2018
Writer of popular pieces for the BIKE Channel UK website throughout 2017. My article on French TV show Village Départ was the site's top performing editorial story, and was retweeted by host Laurent Luyat.
Editor and translator of the acclaimed book Vélo by Paul Fournel
Sub editor of Rouleur from October 2011 to January 2013, and of Privateer from December 2011 to November 2013
Writer of Rouleur feature on the 50th anniversary of the Three Peaks cyclo-cross race
Strong French comprehension and French to English translation skills
An excellent understanding of how cycling events form part of the culture of France and other European nations
An enduring love for the Z team jersey
BIKE Channel UK