My primary areas of interest are political, economic and housing trends in global cities. Much of my time is spent writing about the world’s prime property markets and the factors that affect it, covering fiscal, legal, political and financial issues linked to home ownership, and reporting on major shifts in British, European and international housing.
In the past twelve months, I have identified the five global cities that could benefit from Britain leaving the EU, examined the impact of Brexit on the London office market and investigated how virtual reality is changing the way we buy and sell property.
However, I’m lucky enough that my job also allows me to explore the many other areas that capture my attention. Over the years, I have written about culture, education, interiors, farming, travel, food, wine and tea, for which I have a particular — some would say obsessive — passion. And because I have a strong interest in prime residential property, I have also enjoyed sneak peeks at some of the world’s most amazing houses in London, Monaco, Paris, Barcelona and the English countryside.