Main WIRED UK editor, novelist and 'Editor of the Year in Technology‘ winner. Twice., UK
Started in New York, Greg has continuously delivered award-winning work for media companies and brands for the past 20 years. He merges a great storyteller and an entrepreneurial spirit. Fascinated by what’s coming next, Greg is developing a culture of innovation, building the content models of the future and helping to understand the ideas and technologies that will shape the future.
He became an Editor at WIRED UK in 2010. He wrote for numerous titles, including The Guardian, Newsweek, and The Observer. He is probably best known for his feature on the UK’s biggest ever cocaine heist, which was highly commended by the British Society of Magazine Editors. The very same society rewarded him as ‘Editor of the Year, Technology’ in 2017 and 2018. He has written six novels so far. Let’s see what he has to say about technology and its future from a journalist’s point of view.