Hi, I’m Becca!
I’m a freelance journalist and copywriter based in London. I’ve written hundreds of news articles, features and industry reports over the past ten years covering technology, science and the future.
You can find my work in a range of titles including Metro, OneZero, The Observer, Wired UK, Stuff, New Scientist, Gizmodo UK, T3, How it Works, All About Space, MSN, ShinyShiny, Lifehacker, Gadget, Wareable, Tech Radar, BitchBuzz, Gadgette and many more.
Before becoming a freelance journalist, I worked at MSN as an international editor of the now-shuttered pop culture website MSN Now. I was also the publisher at Shiny Media, handling editorial strategy for a number of online titles. And I have significant content creation and copywriting experience after completing an MA in Marketing Strategy and working in agency roles.
I’ve covered many topics over the years, including virtual reality, robotics, AI, smart homes, wearable technology, health technology, space travel, science-fiction and bionics.
I’m passionate about exploring the spaces where technology, psychology and ethics intersect. This means I enjoy researching big questions, like:
_How can we give everyone on solid ground access to the experience of seeing Earth from space?
_Why is the design of a robot’s eyes so important?
_How can we create safer spaces in virtual environments?
_Should we upload our brains to computers?
I’m always on the lookout for new editorial, copywriting and research-based opportunities. Email me: firstname.lastname@example.org to chat.