Hello. I’m Keith Andrew. I drink a lot of coffee and tap out a lot of words on my laptop.

Based in the UK, for the last eight years I’ve been covering the gaming and tech scene for a variety of different publications online and in print, with a focus on the mobile scene.

For a large portion of that, I worked for Pocket Gamer – Europe’s leading mobile gaming website – and, for two years, was editor of the company’s industry focused website, PocketGamer.biz. Though covering the mobile gaming scene both pre and post iPhone was the order of the day – talking to the people making money, as well as covering all the issues for the people that weren’t – I’ve also been able to attend some of the most important games events across the world during the last few years; from GDC in San Francisco to Gamescom in Cologne.

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I’ve also worked beyond mobile to the cover the games industry for the likes of GamesIndustry.biz, Develop, VG247, GamesTM, and many others.

Outside of games journalism, I’ve also turned myself to consultancy of late – producing reports/mock reviews for developers on their games to aid the development process – as well as PR, working for Dead Good Media, and community management for ‘Minecraft-like’ PC release TerraTech.

As a freelance journalist and PR & social media consultant, I’m always happy to listen to any work opportunities you might have up your sleeves. Drop me a line at keith[at]keithandrew.media to find out about my rates and how I might just be able to help your business.

(I also make a mean latte.)

2 thoughts on “About

  1. Hey Keith
    Just thought I would drop you a line about your article on Co working spaces
    The Barclays Rise mentioned in the Article is completely wrong i’m afraid. Rise is part of Central Working and is renting the space from Central Working
    I have included our website that I hope will give you a better understanding. centralworking.com

    1. You’d be best directing this at Nate, chap. I only freelance for him – don’t have access to the back end. 🙂

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