The first thing I remember writing, aged about 4, was a heavily illustrated story called The Crash about two cars that crashed into each other with a big explosion. It was published on the fridge door, and at the time the critical consensus was "lovely, perhaps try to stay within the lines more when colouring".

These days most of my work can be found on Medium. I write regular articles for OneZero and Debugger, and have had articles published in Human Parts, Curious, The Startup, Better Programming, Noteworthy, Prototypr, UX Collective, Blank Page and The Ascent. My work has been featured on the Medium homepage, the front page of Hacker News, and I'm listed as a top writer in the categories of Technology and Leadership. Inexplicably, not a featured writer on the subject of crashes or explosions, though.

If you're in to that sort of thing, I write an occasional newsletter called Edge Cases that you can read online or have sent to your inbox every sometimes.