I’m a journalist working at the intersections of technology, the environment, business, culture and society. I’ve reported from more than 40 countries from the tip of Sub-Saharan Africa to above the Arctic Circle. My words and pictures have appeared in Wired, the Atlantic, the Financial Times, Businessweek, GQ, the TLS and others.

I was Wired’s business editor in London, the features editor of Nikkei Asia in Tokyo and Rest of World’s enterprise editor in Singapore.

At Rest of World, I oversaw sprawling global projects and investigations, including major projects on gig work, internet blackouts and e-commerce, and an investigation into a Spanish “reputation management” company.

I was the founding editor of the Financial Times’ This is Africa, which I ran from 2008 to 2011. Since then, I've helped launch three magazines and half a dozen digital publications.

I was briefly the business editor at the Huffington Post UK, and a producer at CNBC in London during the Eurozone finanical crisis. In the 2010s I conducted environmental investigations in Africa, Latin America and Asia.

I have won multiple awards as an editor and writer, including those given by the Society of Publishers in Asia, the World Association of News Publishers, and the British Society of Magazine Editors. In 2023, I won a Fetisov International Journalism Award for my work on internet censorship. I'm a grantee of the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting.

I also occasionally work as a photographer. My portraits and reportage have appeared in publications including Monocle, Newsweek and the Mekong Review.

I can be contacted at prcguest@protonmail.com.