My name’s Oliver Hotham and I’m a journalist. I grew up in Geneva, before leaving to study History at Queen Mary, University of London in 2010, and have lived and worked in London ever since.
I like to think of myself as a generalist, and I’ve written everything from news to longform journalism on subjects from hotels to architecture to domestic British politics and a lot about North Korea. I’ve written for national newspapers and print magazines, as well as for the web. My work’s been published in Vice, Noisey, the Daily Telegraph, the Guardian, and NK News, among others. Take a look at some of my work, vaguely categorised, on the side bar.
You might also follow this blog because of a little thing which happened a few years ago and the fall out surrounding a group called Straight Pride UK, which is now mentioned on Wikipedia – that’s a bit weird for me.