I write mostly about technology and the web, and enjoy very much covering startups and new technologies. My business background also makes me comfortable writing about topics relating to economics, markets and business deals. I am truly passionate about the developments in journalism and how technology is changing it.
Japan. In particular I focus on travel and business/finance issues, although I also cover expat issues, society and culture to a lesser extent.
Nearly everything in Information Technology and Telecommunications. Topics have included telecom markets all around the world, Business Intelligence, Collaborative Software, Elearning, Outsourcing, Innovation, Software Development, Backup and Storage Strategies, Risk Management, Return-on-Investment, Cloud Computing, Mainframes, PCs, Open Source Software, Security, Networking, Mobile Communictions,..... Etcetera.
Scandinavian culture: Denmark, Danish culture, design, travel, restaurants, hotels, nightlife, shopping, destinations, beer
Business: B2B/B2C, electronics, e-commerce, entertainment, financial services, hardware/software, Internet infrastructure, mobile devices and lifestyle, new media, semiconductor, wired/wireless telecommunications
I'm interested in current affairs and science and technology topics.
Arts, culture, children's literature, fashion, costume design, Italian cinema, lifestyle, politics and social issues.
economics, politics, history
My specialty as a writer is engineering and industrial technology; as a sub-editor I can happily take on any subject – and have done.
I write about money
I like to say that I specialize in China, though that statement is admittedly a bit arrogant because nobody – not even Chairman Mao – can ever truly specialize in a country so vast and complex. However I prefer to focus my work on People, ordinary folk, the heart and soul of China. There’s a line I wrote in one of the chapters of my new photobook CHINA: Portrait of a People that reads: “China’s proletariat, the lifeblood of the Republic, they do all the things that, if they decided to stop doing them, would cause the entire country to seize up.”
Working as a Press Officer for a Football Club in a National division, reporting on football in its various forms, be it the game itself or the vast news industry that surrounds it.
My domestic roles include editing and compiling the club's in-house match day magazine publication, and website which attracts up to 20,000 MUVs.
Elsewhere I use the above skills to write on a freelance basis for local and national newspapers and websites.
Everything, whether I know anything about it or not.
No, really! I am a very quick study and my curiosity has led me hither and yon.
First of all I must apologize. I am not a journalist. I'm an author and publisher.
Arts journalism, criticism.
I specialize in writing about luxury yachts, a.k.a. megayachts or superyachts, though I have also written about other luxury-oriented items such as interior design and custom chocolate and pastries.