I haven’t got around to writing a proper “About” page yet, and to be honest, I’m not entirely sure I want the entirety of the Internet knowing the most intimate details of my life.
Anyway, a few quick important points. As you’ve probably already noticed, I write mostly about games. I have written reviews and articles for the likes of Gamepeople, Strategy Informer, and the recently discontinued PCZone Magazine.
In 2010 I also served a term as editor of The Student, the University of Edinburgh’s multi-award winning Student newspaper. Prior to that I spent a year as Technology editor, during which time I became proficient with Adobe Indesign and Photoshop, and have contributed regular articles and reviews to the paper for the past four years regardless of my station.
This blog is primarily for storing and cataloguing my work. It isn’t a place where I spout off about my views of the world, or drone on about the mundane aspects of my life as if they were equal to the second coming of Freddie Mercury in importance. A large portion of my work (though by no means all of it) can be found within this blog, either posted directly or through links. So if you’ve somehow stumbled upon my quiet corner of the internet within the vast tangle of cyberspace, feel free to poke around.
And feel even freer to throw money at me in exchange for some words constructed to form a point.