I currently write about television for A Place To Hang Your Cape, ScreenRelish, Starburst Magazine, Andersonic Magazine, and PopMatters. If you have a series made for television or perhaps the internet and would like some coverage for it, then get in touch with me via the contact section.
A great man once warned us how anything could happen in the next half hour, something which I’m always prepared for when it comes to covering television shows. I produced regular news pieces on a variety of fiction television programmes for ScreenRelish. A watcher of the classic and the cult in science fiction, comedy, and crime, I have a tremendous passion for the works of Supermarionation master Gerry Anderson. My love for his work has resulted in a regular working relationship with Anderson Entertainment, where I liaise with them in providing news and review content on their latest projects. My review of Space Precinct – Unmasked, published by Anderson Entertainment, is quoted on the official Anderson Entertainment website.
I was also selected by ITV to be a field agent in preparation for their CGI reinvention of Thunderbirds, Thunderbirds Are Go. I wrote weekly blog reviews of the series’ episodes, which have meant with appreciation from those behind the show’s production. However, my tastes in television aren’t restricted to strings, and I have written about television programmes of great varieties, including Nordic noir, anime, and science fiction.