DAVID ANDREWS MEDIA

writer

[ rahy-ter ]

noun

a person engaged in writing books, articles, stories, etc., especially as an occupation or profession; an author or journalist

a person who commits his or her thoughts, ideas, etc., to writing

a person who writes or is able to write


 

WRITING

David Andrews is a writer based in the city of Brighton, United Kingdom. Following a long career as a reporter/editor on many prominent UK national newspaper and magazine titles, David founded David Andrews Media Ltd (DAM Ltd), a successful media consultancy in 2005.

David Andrews

David has written and edited a wide variety of published work, more recently enjoying a growing reputation for his travel, observational and photo-journalism.

Ernest Hemingway, Cormac McCarthy , Evelyn Waugh, WG Sebald, Graham Greene, Harold Pinter, Tom Wolfe, Thom Jones and Raymond Carver are all significant influences on David’s writing style.

Ghost Runners Book Cover

His collection of short stories for Amazon e-readers, thematically based on war-torn Europe in the first half of the twentieth century – Ghost Runners of the White Mountains – was published in 2017.