I've been an entertainment writer since I was 17, contributing to magazines such as the NME, Elle and the Radio Times. Now 36, I've written one novel, 'Unfamous', and am at work on a second.
Whilst writing for the NME, I 'discovered' Oasis in print and am credited in several rock biographies
– most notably John Harris's 'The Last Party' (Fourth Estate, 2003) and Paul Gallagher & Terry Christian's 'Brothers: From Childhood To Oasis' (Virgin Books, 1996). I've also written 'The Robbie Williams Story' (Carlton Books, 2004).