My name is Mat Greenfield and I’m a technology writer, freelance journalist and software developer from the UK. I graduated from the University of Reading in 2013 with a first class BSc in Applied Computer Science and currently work as a technical author in the IT industry, having changed from a career as a software engineer in the healthcare sector.
As a technology writer, I’ve contributed to several newspapers and websites, including The Observer, CNET and The Huffington Post, where I run a series interviewing online content creators called 301+. I served as the ‘Science & Technology’ editor for the University of Reading’s student newspaper Spark*. At the age of 7, I was printed in The Beano – which some would argue was the peak of my career.
My work tends to focus on technology but I also write on topics including books, science, culture, current affairs and my unhealthy obsession with Doctor Who. You can usually find these on my blog, whilst links to my published work can be viewed on the Portfolio page.
To contact me regarding writing work, please see the Contact page and follow me on Twitter if you’re that way inclined:
This website contains only my personal opinions and not those of my employers, except the bit about Sylvester McCoy being the best Doctor Who.