My particular strength is in communicating complex issues in a manner that the readership will find accessible but not patronising. I talk to everyone from world-class neurologists to former heroin addicts who've been living on the streets - and they all have to be happy that I'll write about them in a manner that does them justice.
One of the things I enjoy most about my work is the opportunity to cover all sorts of topics, and write for very different readerships.
I am also an experienced commissioning editor; I have worked as the health editor of Boots Health & Beauty and of Easy Living, and as features editor for Zest magazine.
I’ve written about 'relationship MOTs', taxi services for blind people, the pros and cons of having a joint bank account, social enterprises in Indonesia, the prospects for young adults with learning disabilities, ancient Babylonian languages.... and I've enjoyed them all.
I am the health editor for B Magazine.
A few other examples:
An interview with pharmacist turned crime writer AA Dhand for The Pharmacist Magazine
About my own heritage for You
Couples who had children very soon after meeting for The Guardian
I also edit the bimonthly journal of the Institute of Translation and Interpreting, ITI Bulletin, which involves everything from commissioning to subbing, proofing and layout.