I've had a love of the media from an early age and my first entrepreneurial venture (at age six) was writing and drawing my own Spiderman comics which I then sold in the street outside my home for five pence each (sorry Marvel).
My budding comic book empire came crashing down when my mum found out and put a stop to it. The modest profit I made was quickly spent at the local sweet shop.
After graduating from university I worked as a social worker before training as a journalist at the Nottingham Post. In February 2001 I joined the Daily Mirror as a senior news reporter and worked across the UK covering major news stories. Every experience I have had has helped me to develop my writing and wider communication skills.
In 2007 I went out on my own and eventually set up the agency. After working in hard news for many years it's been wonderful to use those skills to help clients spread their good news and positive messages. Outside of work I'm generally busy being Dad to two lively teenagers.