Victoria Woollaston

Victoria Woollaston

Victoria Woollaston

Victoria Woollaston-Webber is a freelance lifestyle, technology and science editor with 16 years experience writing for publications from WIRED to MailOnline, Lifewire, TechRadar and New Scientist.

Highlights:

  • 16 years experience
  • Science and Technology Editor, MailOnline; Digital Editor, WIRED UK; Editorial Director, Alphr and Expert Reviews
  • Has written for TechRadar, Alphr, Expert Reviews, Pocket-lint, Metro, Wired, MailOnline, Daily Mail, Lifewire, Shortlist, Femail, Mail+, New Scientist, Radio Times

Experience

Victoria Woollaston-Webber is a freelance science, technology and lifestyle editor. She has more than a decade's experience in both online and print journalism for national papers, magazines and global brands. She has a keen eye for interiors and can be found almost constantly adding pins to her various Pinterest boards. Mum-of-one, Victoria specializes in smart home gadgets, beauty products, as well as small household appliances and all-things baby and toddler. She is also founder of science-led health, beauty and grooming sites, mamabella and MBman.

Favorite Purchase

Victoria’s favorite item she ever purchased is a custom-made bracelet from Tiffany. Inscribed with the initials and date of her son’s date of birth, and bought shortly after he was born in 2018, the bracelet remains an ever-present motivator and reminder of things to be thankful for.

Education

Bournemouth University, First-class BA (Hons) in Multimedia Journalism

Awards:

  • MHP 30 Ones to Watch award

Other Works:

https://authory.com/VictoriaWoollaston


Education: Bournemouth University

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