Oliver Franklin-Wallis is an award-winning magazine journalist, whose writing has appeared in WIRED (where he is a contributing editor), British GQ, The Guardian, The New York Times, The Times Magazine, The Sunday Times Magazine, 1843, and many other publications.
In 2017, he was named ‘Print Writer Of The Year’ by the British Society Of Magazine editors. He has written about art fraudsters and deep-sea explorers, reported from Liberia on the ebola virus, chronicled the fractious race to build a hyperloop, and profiled countless startup founders, scientists, film directors and celebrities.
For freelance writing and editing commissions, radio and TV appearances, or public speaking opportunities, you can email him here.
2019 ’30 To Watch’, MHP Young Journalist Awards
2017 ‘Print Writer Of The Year’, British Society Of Magazine Editors
2017 (Shortlisted) ‘Writer Of The Year’, PPA Awards
2016 Digital Writer Of The Year, The Drum Online Media Awards
2014 (Shortlisted) ‘Best Web Writer’, BSME Rising Star Awards