HotPursuit Press is a new kind of micro publishing house, built in and for the digital age. It's a place for me to experiment with what web-native storytelling might look like in the future, and a platform for creating, commissioning and publishing insightful, in-depth ideas and stories.
Inside Story Magazine began life as a one-off book for digital storytellers, which raised $4400 for charity in 2012. In 2013 it returns as a quarterly magazine, for anyone interested in designing and building better stories. Inspired by the ideas of Marco Arment, Robin Sloan and Craig Mod, it's a web-native magazine, built for the internet.
I used to blog about new ways of doing journalism in the digital age. The time came for me to wrap the blog up, and now I write longer, more considered essays for a smaller audience. Every month or so I share new ideas and rough drafts of what I'm working on.
This is my space to experiment with web design and to be a bit more personal. It's a blogazine and I usually manage to build one every six weeks or so.
Alongside my projects I still do a lot of speaking, training and consulting for clients big and small. Over the last few years I've worked with Redactive Publishing, News International, the Council of Europe, Journalism.co.uk, and Media140 sharing new ideas about storytelling, journalism and publishing. I also lectured in journalism at Kingston University between 2009 - 2012.