At 28, Dominic became editor of Time Out, London's entertainment bible, going on to win the BSME Editor of the Year award four times. After seven years he defected to the internet as editorial director of AOL (1999-2002). The Times recruited him (2002-2007) to launch and edit their Saturday arts & ents mags. Click for more


Dominic originated and saw through many advertorial series at the Times, for clients including Kraft, Hewlett Packard, Comet. He has written extensively for the Guardian's advertorial team in the last year, and worked on dummies and pitches for contract publishers Dominic has worked as an editor/writer/pitcher in branded content and contract publishing for more than a decade. He is currently Senior Creative Lead at News UK’s Bridge Studio, working across The Times, Sunday Times and The Sun.


Dominic's first featurette (as co-writer) was Animal Charm, a wickedly dark comedy set in the world of high fashion starring Sadie Frost and Sally Phillips, with a cameo by Boy George. He has since collaborated with the same director on two further shorts, one of which received a Best Actress award. With director Tony Errico he co-wrote Colonel Badd, a mockumentary interview with a retired super-villain which was accepted to the Short Film Corner at Cannes 2013.


Dominic has interviewed some of the greats: David Bowie, Michelle Pfeiffer, Kylie Minogue, Michael Gambon, Richard O'Brien and, er, William Shatner. He also reviews films, writes about poker and travel, and knows more than is strictly healthy about comics and graphic novels. Click here to read features.

Poker Fiend

Dominic has written and blogged about poker for The Times, Time Out, City AM, London Lite, Condé Nast Traveller, the Standard and the Sun. Over nearly ten years the game has taken him to Vegas (8x), Atlantic City, Macau, Paradise Island, Paris, Rome, Dublin and swinging from a crane above London’s City Hall. He is seeking a publisher for a book about his experiences. Click here for poker articles and blog.