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Key stories published online

Then and now: 30 years since the Heysel disaster – 30 years after the horrible tragedy, I wrote this special feature that includes an award winning photo by Eamonn McCabe. It scooped 20,000 unique views and the 2nd most read spot on the Sports Gazette for 2014/2015 (21st May 2015).

All I want for Christmas is – It’s that time of the year again… I wrote this light-hearted seasonal feature for the Sports Gazette after contacting colleagues, journalist and public relations professionals, asking for Christmas gift recommendations for sports fans (5th December 2014).

Formula-E out to step it up a notch – A public relations and data-based story about the start of the second Formula-E season. Could the new competition deliver an even better season this time around? (4th November 2015).

You shall remember, remember the fifth of November – A public relations-based sports news story written for The London Economic about the prestigious 2015 SportsAid One-to-Watch Award celebrating British young talent. (2nd November 2015).

Ryan Sidebottom – a new cricket academy to inspire a new generation – I interviewed the ex-England international cricketer one-on-one for The London Economic about life after retiring from play and his current endeavours. (23rd January 2015).

The voice of growth hacking – The inspirational rags- to-riches story of business growth hacking expert and captivating public speaker Vincent Dignan for The London Economic (27th October 2015).

Does mayoral candidate Rashid Nix have the solution for the London housing crisis? – Rashid Nix thinks he can resolve the London housing crisis. I went along to a press conference he called in Southwark to find out more, and covered it for The London Economic (25th August 2015).

Electricity is in the air – Formula-E and the Battersea Park dispute – Formula-E is coming to London in its first ever season, and local residents oppose the move. I represented all sides in this news piece written for The London Economic (16th January 2015).

The British woman who does it by ‘The Ruler’ – I interviewed businesswoman Sara Hanna, who raised five children while running a successful sportswear manufacturing line in one of the world’s most challenging environments for almost 30 years for The London Economic (2nd April 2015).

Icy no problem! Richmond Rink organisers refute claims of traffic and noise problems at Strawberry Hill House – I wrote this news story about the opposition for the Richmond ice rink for the South West Londoner with two colleagues of mine (4th December 2014).

This is their time – Christchurch brought to life in the name of Cricket – The emotional story behind the role of Christchurch, New Zealand, as one of the hosting cities of the 2015 cricket World Cup. Written for The London Economic (12th February 2015).

Health and fitness blog posts

Why most diets fail – A key feature written for FITBANKER jointly with FITBANKER’s CEO and founder Ronnie Rich about why most diets don’t work (17th March 2016).

The six pillars of success – A follow up to ‘Why most diets fail’. Now that we know why most diets fail, what can we do to transform those patterns that fail us and develop a fulfilling and sustainable health and fitness routine? (21st March 2016)

9 things to look out for as you start a new exercise regime and health transformation programs – What happens in your body and mind when you start a health transformation program? 9 points to watch out for, written jointly with FITBANKER’s CEO and founder, Ronnie Rich (6th April 2016).

Results that last, but how come? – A short post that came as a reply to a FITBANKER customer clearly outlining the differences between short term success and a challenge, such as the FITBANKER body transformation challenge. How come results on such challenge last? (9th May 2016)

How much protein should I consume? – An informative and science-based post about how much protein should one consume each day and why (11th March 2016).

Clients


Website copy – Britania Cleaning Services


Social media promotion – Bean Capital Coffee


Website copy – Feng Shui London


Research and blog copy – SPD RDNG


Videos: documentaries and features

Try As They Might – The Untold Story of Israeli Rugby – I released my first ever sports documentary film. This 15-minute long film I directed, produced, shot and wrote, tells the story of the meteoric rise of the Israeli national rugby team against all odds (24th September 2015).

Locals sceptical of Rugby World Cup legacy – A story about the concerns of local residents ahead of the 2015 Rugby World Cup, written for the Sports Gazette collaboratively with a colleague, including a special 3-minute video feature (14th May 2015).