Photo: Kirsty Lucas
Hey there. My name's Chris. I'm from Northern Ireland but right now I live in London. For four years now, I've been writing stories about how our world works - and how it is changing.
From artificial intelligence to Earth's climate, things are happening today at a pace that
can seem bewildering. Journalism is a great first port of call for anyone who wants to know more about the dynamic times
we live in. I've been fortunate enough have my work published by some of the world's
most respected media organisations, including the BBC, New Scientist and The Economist. I hope to keep bringing science stories
to people around the globe for a long time to come.
I've had the pleasure of appearing on BBC World TV, BBC World Radio, BBC Radio 4, Sky TV and other international channels. And I've also given talks at live events in the UK and further afield. These have covered various topics including social media, video games and persuasive design. I've always got one or two ideas for presentations tucked away so if you're looking for someone to speak at your next science and / or technology themed event, don't hesitate to get in touch (below). In the meantime, here's an example of one of my talks at a CyberSalon event in London, from November 2014.