If you made it passed the front page, thank you for wanting to learn more about the work I do.

If you haven’t checked out the home page to learn more about me, that’s fine, I won’t judge.

While you’re here though, I want to let you know that I’m currently the Senior Tech Writer for Dexerto, where I cover all things related to gaming hardware and other technologies.

Previously to working at Dexerto, I was part of the Hardware Hub at PCGamesN where I established myself as a core member of the team. While at PCGN I wrote daily news pieces on the most recent developments throughout the PC hardware market, utilising sources from reputable leakers and PR networks. When not writing about the recent goings-on from Nvidia, AMD, Intel and more, I wrote and regularly updated long-form buyers guides, and wrote reviews on a plethora of peripherals to ensure the Hardware Hub audience had all the most relevant and up-to-date information to make conscious and well-informed purchasing decisions.

I also regularly reported on the Steam Deck, which included features, tutorials, and guides. These pieces were created while adhering to company-wide established style, tone and SEO guidelines, and regularly gained relevant traffic which boosted our site’s affinity with Steam Deck coverage.

Before having the opportunity to join the team at NetworkN Media, I was a freelance agent. Using my knowledge of game development through studying adaptive game audio for my music degree, I was able to gain experience writing news, op-ed features, and tech tutorials for GameByte, TechRadar, and iMore. During that time, I also created singing and voice over work for small game projects, established myself within the industry by networking, and became the co-host of N-Focus, a Nintendo based podcast.

While I predominantly cover all things to do with games and PC gaming hardware, I’m also open to writing about film, television, anime, and anything to do with pop-culture. I’m also eager to learn more about game development, and look at trying my hand at PR and Community Management roles, so I can contribute to creating the thing I’ve spent so much of my time researching and writing about.

If you like the sound of me (and my Doric Scottish accent) and believe I’d be perfect for freelance work, or any available role in your organisation, don’t be a stranger and let’s have a chat about it.

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