We are Creative Bloq
Danny from the Bloq
Dan Oliver is editor-in-chief at Creative Bloq. Over the last 15 years Dan has worked in most editorial positions in publishing. Dan has edited a number of print magazines, launched www.netmagazine.com, and written for publications including the Sunday Times, the Guardian, the Manchester Evening News, Manchester United Magazine, T3, PC Format, Mac Format, the Institute of Directors Magazine, and many more.
Sammy from the Bloq
Sammy Maine is a reporter at Creative Bloq. When not working up a storm in the office, Sammy runs her own music blog and writes for the likes of Drowned in Sound and The 405. She also thinks that Buffy the Vampire Slayer is probably the best television series ever created. If you'd like to see your work featured on Creative Bloq, Sammy's your best option. Drop her a line with some examples!
Kerrie from the Bloq
Kerrie Hughes is community editor at Creative Bloq. Her employment at Future Publishing began in January 2010 as staff writer for 3D World magazine. Since then she has written regularly for other publications including ImagineFX and Computer Arts magazines. When not working extremely hard (and having her London accent mocked) in the office, Kerrie loves nothing more than walking her dog Freddie. To the pub mainly.
Jimmy from the Bloq
Jim McCauley is network editor at Creative Bloq. He’s written for loads of titles over the years including PC Format, Edge, PC Gamer, Tap! and Computer Arts, and contributed to 1001 Video Games You Must Play Before You Die, available in most good bookshops. He also launched PC Gamer’s first website back in the 20th century and has been in charge of Computer Arts’ site for the last six years. He’s more scared of you than you are of him.
Tommy from the Bloq
Tom May is associate editor at Creative Bloq. He was previously deputy editor at .net magazine, the world’s best-selling magazine for web designers. Over two decades in journalism he’s worked for a wide range of mainstream titles including The Sun, Radio Times, NME, Heat, Company and Bella. He remembers when lunches were long, you could smoke at your desk, and interns copied the editor’s typewritten stories into the ‘word processing computer’.
Stewie from the Bloq
Craig Stewart is operations editor at Creative Bloq. Prior to that, he was operations editor at Fast Ford magazine, Britain's biggest and best Ford tuning mag. Craig's first journalism job was at Aberdeen's Evening Express newspaper, and since then he has written for numerous national papers before moving to England to join Classic Ford magazine. The football-daft Scotsman runs Aberdeen FC's biggest and most credible unofficial web fanzine Aberdeen Mad, loves adidas trainers, and drinks something called 'Moray Cup'.