Author and freelance writer on defence and security. Based in London and Europe
Following the London terror attack on Borough High Street, James was asked to provide expert comment by the BBC. Hear his thoughts on the attack and the security implications by clicking on the BBC link/logo
The Dolphin Men is a crime mystery thriller set in the recent past. In the London of the 1970s a determined detective attempts to solve the murdr of a young boy. He begins to realise that a sinister conspiracy is at work and that powerful figures are prepared t go to any lengths to protect themselves
An accomplished corporate writer, James has undertaken a large number of specialist assignments presenting corporate capabilities and technology. He has particular experience in security technology, safety and defence capability sectors. He designs his work speciifcally to a client's requirements, whether it is for a polished hard copy brochure style or for use on the web.
Visitors to a web site want to know if it contains what they are looking for. Content is king, and James has extensive experience in producing relevant, well-organized content which delivers a successful brand message.
James participates in a BBC TV debate on the ethical reasons and political dynamics which shape the UK's participation in the international arms trade
James writes for the Middle-East publication Defence&Aviation on defence matters and technology throughout the Region.
The Arms Merchant tells the story of a disgraced spy who finds himself hired by his ex-employor for one last last assignment. Secret Soviet military technology left over from the Cold War arms is hidden in a remotes arms depot. Partnering with enemies of the State, he makes a plan to recover the technology.
(Available from Amazon July 2018)