Established in 2007, the Londoneer seeks to excite, inform and amuse visitors about the most wonderful capital city in the world – London.
Meet The Team:
The site’s editor, Pete Stean, is a London-based writer and photographer. When he isn’t spending time writing and copy-editing material for the Londoneer he can be usually be found hanging out on Twitter and on Google Plus.
Contributor Bonnie Alter is a Canadian who has been living in London for the past 15 years. If there is anything to do with gardening, design or the arts, she will be there to check it out. Bonnie also writes on green issues and sustainability over on Treehugger.
Contributor Tina Baxter adores the City of London. Trained as a City of London Guide, she particularly enjoys the Medieval and Tudor periods plus the Livery Companies and the Ceremonial elements of the Square Mile. When not walking and talking she loves to share her knowledge of City history via her blog, Miss B Takes A Walk. Tina also offers walks as an independent guide through Footprints Of London.
Contributor Matt Copperwaite was born and raised in London’s suburbs. He is that rare combination of avid foodie and geek, often tracking down the latest pop-ups as well as technical talks. Matt runs a personal blog (which he coded from scratch) and can also be found on Twitter. Matt is also co-presenter of the irreverant open-source software podcast, The Dick Turpin Roadshow.
Fran Pickering is a passionate follower of ballet in London. A born and bred Londoner, she enjoys discovering her home city from a different point of view on her blog Sequins & Cherry Blossom – London With A Japanese Flavour. You’ll find Fran on Twitter here.
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