After growing up in London, I moved with my family to a croft in the Scottish Highlands back in 1999. As the internet took off, I found a niche in research, communications and digital media, working freelance for clients in the music, politics and charity sectors while contributing poetry, fiction, articles and reviews to magazines, anthologies and web journals around the world. My non-fiction book Living and Working in London was published in 2000 by Survival Books in the UK. I'm now concentrating on my first novel, working title Light Switch, while helping to run our family's tourism business on Scotland's rugged north-west coast. I frequently interrupt myself with new poems, flash fictions and short stories, and my work has most often been described as speculative, neo-noir or modern gothic.