A is for Andrew

Thirty four-year-old broadcaster, producer and podcaster, originally from North Hertfordshire, now residing in Glasgow.

I began writing as a hobby in late 2006, primarily for my own interests alongside full-time employment. With the rise of social media, blogging and mobile internet, this quickly changed from ‘just a hobby’ into more and more freelance roles, and eventually the beginnings of a career.

In support of this, in 2011 I began studying Sports Journalism at the University of the West of Scotland. Over the course of four years I expanded my knowledge into beat reporting, broadcasting and project managing. I graduated in the summer of 2015 with first-class honours.

I am currently working as a producer at RNIB Connect Radio.