He worked for 8 years as a volunteer music presenter and newsreader on hospital radio in Britain that led to work for radio stations in his home county of Essex – including with the BBC. But by then his second choice career as a journalist was taking off.
He moved to New Zealand in 2000 to take up a senior editorial role with the New Zealand Herald where he stayed for seven years. In 2007 he opted to work freelance as a journalist, photographer, video maker and publisher.
Today he publishes the Viewfinder magazine for budding moviemakers to post on Utube and the web, as well as writing about careers, business and finance for various newspapers and magazines.
As an Independent journalist who looks behind the scenes of world events, he notes that it is imperative to look far more deeply at what is happening, and asks very relevant questions as to many of the circumstances surrounding what happened back in September the 11th in 2001 in New York. Questions that the media have skirted and ignored. Questions that need to be debated in the public arena today.
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