I'm a writer and a journalist. I've been published in these places:
Article Title: Laws of Physics Behind a World Cup Football (above)
- Two page spread on the physics behind the World Cup football, the 'Brazuca', for the Observer Tech Monthly.
- My work was then incorporated into a larger article on the technology to be expected at the upcoming World Cup (here), for which I recieved an additional reporting credit, and reproduced as an interactive graphic (here)
- Interview with Sam Cusumano, the engineer behind US-based tech collective Data Garden and their product, 'MIDI Sprout' -- which, when plugged into vegetables and into synthesisers, creates beautiful sonic landscapes. Featured on page 3 of the Observer Tech MonthlyI also blogged about my time there. Check the blogs.
Article Title: Oloramar Wine
Date: June 2014 (Issue 74)
- A review of Galician vineyard Rias Baixas' new white wine, produced in conjunction with Spanish designers Oloramar. I recommended pairing it with seafood for a truly Galician experience.
I conducted a series of interviews for Monocle 24, the affiliated radio station, during my internship with Monocle -- discussing issues as diverse as whether or not Gatwick Airport should have a second runway, and whether or not 'Freemen of the City' can march sheep over London Bridge. Listen here
Oh, and finally: I also produced some blogs during the period which have been described (by loads of people, not just my family) as 'probably worth reading'. Check them here
Article Title: Blood And Chocolate - York. Behind the scenes insight
- Interview with my father, Marcus Romer, in the wake of the co-production of his work with SlungLow in York -- 'Blood and Chocolate'
- The show took place every night in various outdoor locations in York, with a combined cast and audience of 600 per night. Marcus explained the logistics involved in bring to life a production that size - from clearing the spaces, to conducting rehearsals, to stopping drunk teenagers from interfering with actors preparing to perform.
Article title: Blood, Chocolate, and a Military Historian
- On the eve of the York-wide premiere of 'Blood and Chocolate', eminent First World War historian Gary Sheffield visited the local chocolate shop to deliver a talk on the realities of the event.
- I spoke to Sheffield about the war, his thoughts about the production, and just how good Yorkshire Chocolate really is.
- He loved it.
Article Title: Kick Starting a New United Run / Robins Confident Of Springing Back (left)
- Full page spread in the Sports section of The York Press
- Analysed Leeds United's chances in the upcoming season, questioning which players they would be able to bring in on loan
- For the second piece, interviewed the manager of Grimsby Town FC to discuss chances for promotion and a the prospects of a huge loan signingAdditional Articles:
Top England Plunder For The Boys Of Bishopthorpe;
It's not only runners who need to prepare;
Sport on TV;