A writer’s words, when placed in a certain order, either convey meaning, explain something or tell a story.

Freelance writer. Lives in UK: writes globally

Likes: cricket, Sherlock Holmes, animals and German Christmas markets.

Not so bothered about the Jeremy Kyle Show, celebrity gossip and Pokémon Go.

I write features, profiles, news, essays, interview pieces.

For general audiences, and on sport, science, technology, the unexplained, history, wildlife, sci-fi, mental health, holistic health.


2016 TABPI (Trade Association of Business Publishers International) Gold Award (Winner) Best Special Section
Best print writer – Shortlisted – British Society Magazine Editors 2016


"Cris is a talented, knowledgeable, thorough and extremely hard-working journalist not afraid of legwork and painstaking research and capable of making the most esoteric issues in the field of science and technology accessible and exciting." Vitali Vitaliev, Features Editor, E&T Magazine

"Cris is a fine journalist who is excellent to work with and has a great nose for good stories." Simon Hemelryk, Deputy Editor, Reader's Digest

"Since I've taken over the editing position at Australia's Inside Cricket magazine in October last year, Cris has been the mag's chief UK correspondent, covering a variety of topics from the cricket's role in healing war-ravaged Sri Lanka to the Australian presence in the County Championship. His writing's colourful and insightful, his research is thorough and - of utmost importance to an editor - he always files on time. A strong operator." Aaron Scott, Editor Inside Cricket Magazine.


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