Recently I’ve had a few comment pieces published on the Huffington Post website. Most recent is one about an experience going for an MRI scan at a private health clinic through my GP. Called “Is The A Taste Of Tomorrow’s NHS? it describes my nightmarish trip to be scanned inRead More about Huffington Frenzy
Recently I have written several articles for the online publication The Huffington Post and the disability magazine PosAbility exploring many current issues of great importance to disabled people like me. Much of the press has also covered the very same issues, gaining views from from all sides of the politicalRead More about Welcome to the World of Tomorrow – one of your making?
I’ve just had two new articles published on the Huffington Post. The first piece, Cross About Crossrail, is about a protest I went on about the Crossrail project here in London, highlighting the problem that not all of the stations along the route of the new line will be fullyRead More about New Articles in the Huffington Post
I’ve just had another column go live on the Huffington Post. This one explores the issue of cohesion within the disabled community, and my fears that we may be at the start of a move towards a splintering of our merry disabled band. It stems from my attendance of theRead More about Another Huffington Post Column
Here are a all of my columns published in PosAbility Magazine up until the most recent issues. Love’s Great Adventure Published December 2011 Tomorrow Is Getting Closer Published February 2012 Adventures In The Sun Published April 2012 What Doesn’t Kill you Makes You Stronger Published June 2012 Body Beautiful PublishedRead More about Previous Columns in PosAbility Magazine.
In the last year or so my career has taken off again like a rocket. This is in no small part in thanks to my wonder wife Diane. It was her advice that led me to focus on creating an online presence, one which I am still working on. InRead More about Technofeary – Why Tomorrow’s World lied to me