Online Work

As well as radio and TV work, I have embraced the world of online journalism. I have worked on both StaffsLive (where I was the interactive editor) and the BBC Stoke and Staffordshire website. I am also very actively involved in Twitter and am fascinated by the web and it’s future.

On this page you can see some examples of my online work from both StaffsLive and the BBC.


StaffsLive is Staffordshire University’s news website and is run entirely by students. In January 2010, I was given the role of Interactive Editor for the site during my final year, which saw me set-up the Twitter and Facebook feeds for the site.

Please see examples of my StaffsLive work below:

Ed Miliband visits Stafford

Stoke-on-Trent reacts to first leaders debate

Thrill seekers get first look at new Alton Towers ride

Police renew appeal to trace mother of abandoned baby

Staffordshire University hit by car park chaos

I worked with the BBC Stoke Website for one week in February 2010. During this time I was able to write many articles, some of which you can see below.

‘Mercians’ claim the Staffordshire Hoard

Polish community weblinks in Stoke and Staffordshire

In Pictures: Staffordshire Day-to-day life in February

Pegasus Bridge interview

BBC search for Rugeley Power station workers

Is the twitter craze over?

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