“There is nothing to writing. All you do is sit down at a typewriter and bleed.” 
― Ernest Hemingway

Brought up in Africa and England, Geoff cut his teeth as a writer working for Country Life magazine. He has also worked as a private tutor and educational consultant, advising and helping families across the globe to achieve their educational goals. From London and Switzerland to Moscow and the Far East, he has travelled widely and worked with everyone from business moguls to heads of state. He subsequently worked in politics for a few years as a speech-writer and political advisor.

Unable to keep away from the green ink, alongside his educational consulting Geoff now writes regularly for a number of publications including Tatler, The Telegraph, The Daily Mail, The Spectator and Country Life. An aesthete and a polymath at heart, he writes about education, politics, society, fashion, art and architecture.

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