Features on TV, radio, the web, in books and magazines.
Tom's Fantastic Floating Home. 3 x 60mins series for Channel 4 (2013)
Wednesday April 11th 2018
Monday 26th March 2018
BBC Radio 5 Live
Monday 5th March 2018
I was asked to pay a tribute to an inventive hero, the late Trevor Baylis who passed away today. You can listen to my interview below.
Works That Work
I was interviewed for a feature on planned obsolescence and designing things that last by Rich McEachran for the annual publication of Works That Work - you can read it here.
Interview with Graeme Seaman on BBC Wiltshire Radio
13 June 2017
Sainsbury’s Egg Roll
I was asked by Sainsbury’s and their creative agency Gravity Road to create the ultimate egg rolling machine with my boys.
Inspired by a Heath Robinson approach to innovation the aim was to inspire families to get creative with their kids over the Easter holidays without having to spend any money.
Why I run
The story of why I run and how Million Mile Light came to be.
Dave Mason, creator of the legendary Cusp Conference in Chicago asked me to come and tell my story.
Interview on BBC Radio Wiltshire
10th October 2014
Tom’s Fantastic Floating Home, Telegraph
2nd August 2014
Full page story in the Weekend Telegraph - you can read it here.
Tom's Fantastic Floating Home, Independent
27th July 2014
This peppy father-and-son design show floats my boat - read the review here.
Linda Lucas's prize letter TV review!
Western Daily Press
23rd July 2014
Keynote speaker and judge of the Grand Ideas Competition for the Intellectual Property Office
Feature in Macworld Magazine
Interview about BubbleScope on BBC Radio Wiltshire
27th November 2012
Cover story on BubbleScope for Develop 3D Magazine
Feature in Windows 7 Magazine
Interview in an HSBC customer magazine
My Genius Idea, CBBC
I was judge and expert inventor for 9 x 30 minute episodes for a Children's BBC series in search of a child with a genius idea. The winner Tybalt, pictured here invented a remarkable device called a Bike Bleeper.
Lost, Channel 4
I was blindfolded and dumped on an Island in the middle of the White Sea in Northern Russia for a 3 x 30 min reality TV show made by Windfall Films.