We operate under clear principles designed to protect our editorial integrity, to preserve the freedom of our reviewers to say what they think about a product.
Our team includes some of the most experienced technology journalists in the UK. Here’s who we all are, and how to contact us:
Trusted Reviews’ offices and testing facilities can be found as follows:
- Editorial office: 1st Floor, 161 Marsh Wall, London E14 9AP
- Testing facility: Unit 2, Eelmoor Road, Farnborough, GU14 7QN
- We’re also on Twitter, Facebook and YouTube.
Meet the team
Nick Merritt, Editorial Director and Editor in Chief
Nick is one of the UK’s most experienced editors with a long list of launches and firsts under his belt across the internet, photography, computing, homes, poker and technology sectors. He was the founding editor-in-chief of TechRadar and built it into a global brand.
Alastair Stevenson, Deputy Editor
After graduating from King’s College London, Alastair started his career covering government technology policy and cyber security at The International Business Times. He later joined Incisive Media as a senior reporter in 2011 before jumping ship to Trusted Reviews in 2015. As deputy editor Alastair helps oversee all aspects of Trusted Reviews.
Aatif Sulleyman, Deputy News and Features Editor
Aatif is one of the UK’s best known tech journalists, having been news editor at Gizmodo UK and tech reporter for The Independent. He’s also written for DigitalSpy and ITProPortal.
Max Parker, Mobile, Tablets, Wearables Editor
Max joined Trusted Reviews as a features writer in 2015. Since then he has moved to features editor and then over to the mobile section as mobile, wearables and tablets editor. He’s helped run the features section of T3, and has also written for Wearable and TechRadar.
Peter Phelps, Mobile Writer
Peter is a mobile tech writer, covering the latest smartphones, tablets, and wearables in news stories, reviews, and features.Previously he worked as a business researcher for Which?, analysing the markets for a range of home, tech, and gardening products. He graduated from the University of Southampton in Politics & International Relations in 2017.
David Ludlow, Home Technology Editor
Starting life on the consumer PC press back in 1998, David has been writing about the forefront of technology for the past 20 years. David has edited Computer Shopper and launched Expert Reviews. He has written a number of books on PC building and maintenance. He looks after all things smarthome and home appliances for Trusted Reviews.
Thomas Newton, Computing Editor
Thomas Newton has reported on UK consumer technology and telecoms for more than ten years, including for Recombu and PCMag. At Trusted Reviews, Thomas runs the computing section, which comprises laptop and desktop news and reviews, as well as peripherals, components, boards, cases, processors, GPUS, hard drives, NAS drives and everything in between.
Ryan Jones, Computing Writer
Ryan graduated from Cardiff University with an MA in Magazine Journalism in 2016. He then worked two years at Stuff Magazine as a staff writer, reporting on and reviewing a wide range of consumer tech and video games. In 2018 he joined Trusted Reviews as a computing writer, with a particular focus on covering PC components, gaming gadgets and virtual reality.
Mark Wilson, Photography Editor
Mark was previously acting editor of Stuff.tv, as well as features editor and reviews editor on Stuff magazine. He has contributed to a variety of publications, including The Sunday Times, The Daily Telegraph, The Times and Arena. While completing his postgraduate NCTJ Magazine Journalism course, he won The Daily Telegraph ‘Young Sports Writer of the Year’ and was nominated for the PTC’s ‘Most Promising Student Journalist’.
Kob Monney, TV & Audio Editor
Kob began his career at What Hi-Fi?, starting in the dusty stockroom before rising up the ranks to join the editorial and production team as the Buyer’s Guide editor. Experienced in both magazine and online publishing, he now runs the TV & audio section at Trusted Reviews where he keeps a beady eye on all the latest comings and goings in the hi-fi and home cinema market.
Jade King, Games Writer
After graduating from The University of Sussex, Jade became our resident games writer. She is responsible for reporting on games news, reviews and previews.
Hannah Davies, Staff Writer
Hannah joined Trusted Reviews as a staff writer in 2019 after graduating with a degree in English from Royal Holloway, University of London. She’s also worked and studied in the US, holding positions as a video production assistant and multimedia consultant at Washington College and has built websites and written content for Hometown Multimedia in Chestertown, Maryland.
Adam Speight, Staff Writer
Adam joined Trusted Reviews as a staff writer after graduating from Newcastle University with an MA in Multimedia Journalism. He has a background in covering everything from consumer tech and video games to film and TV.
Thomas Deehan, Commercial Content Editor
Having been at the forefront of the year’s biggest tech sales, Tom can spot a bargain from a mile away. With an eye for market trends, he’s always on the lookout for the best deals that can save you some serious cash. Tom is also an MA graduate from University College London, with bylines at NME and In Covent Garden Magazine.
Alice Marshall, Commercial Content Writer
Alice graduated with a BA in Journalism from the University of Westminster in 2016, and has written for teen pop culture site Maximum Pop, as well as My Favourite Voucher Codes. With a knack for finding the best ways to save money, she writes for the deals section of Trusted Reviews to ensure you know the gadgets you need and how to buy them for less.
Ruairidh Pritchard, Production Editor
Originally from the Outer Hebrides, Ruairidh has over a decade of experience in publishing and production. He began his career at travel and shopping guide SHOP magazine, and has also written about fashion, travel and food for a variety of publications including Quintessentially magazine, The Moodie Davitt Report and The Telegraph.