Interviewing Dutch stars

In February and March 2020, just before Corona lockdowns kicked in, I travelled to Barcelona, Liverpool and Turin to interview Frenkie de Jong, Georginio Wijnaldum and Matthijs de Ligt for UEFA. Find out how it went.

Welcome to my website

I hope, unlike that twat Bono, you find what you're looking for. 



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09 & 10/2019

Pitching coaching on three continents

I helped give a series of workshops in Shanghai, Eindhoven and Boston at the end of 2019. My role was to coach the participants in story building and pitching. Find out more


Dutch Design Week articles

Very happy to be working together with the Dutch Design Foundation again for the 2020 Dutch Design Week. This time round I’m writing five articles on the subject of privacy. Here’s the first. Worth a read!


Champions League in an empty stadium

Like many things these days, being a football reporter for is a strange experience. No supporters in the stadium or in the streets, just a handful of journalists, and post-match interviews conducted outside. This is me with Liverpool’s Fabinho after the English side’s 1-0 victory over Ajax in Amsterdam.

Scottish word of the moment

How. Not a particularly Scottish word you may think, which is true, although it is used in Scotland in a way that I haven’t come across anywhere else: instead of why. So when someone says I’m going home now, it’s quite common for someone else to reply How? The correct answer is not By bike or On foot, but rather Because I’m knackered. Similarly, the question How no? actually means 'why not?' Why we don’t just say Why not? is beyond me, but I guess it’s yet another reason why we are such a wonderful bunch of people. 

Among other things

I do a lot more than just writing. For example, I interview many of the world's top footballers (and a few duffers as well, when I think about it) in the Netherlands and beyond.

Word Crimes

Why is decent writing important? 'Word Crimes' reveals all...!