I am a print and broadcast journalist currently working on a range of projects as well as being a hired hand at one or two media outlets. It’s all based in Glasgow, and there is an outdoors/environmental slant to my work.
I am interested in hearing about any stories or issues connected with outdoor pursuits and the natural environment in Scotland.
A year ago I completed my second radio programme for BBC Radio Scotland, a half-hour documentary, Saving Ardroy, broadcast on August 15. Work has included the Herald’s The Men Who made The Outdoors Great, about the legendary Craigallian Fire, a think-piece about new species for Scottish Wildlife Trust’s magazine, and an article marking the 10th Anniversay of the Loch Lomond National Park.
I have also written for the New Era environmentally-friendly magazine, and completed an in-depth look at the salmon farming debate.
More recently I have been concentrating on some wider broadcast projects including in-depth research for a potential programme about Highland estates and a food-based programme in the north-west of England and Wales.