I'm Ben Bryant, an award-winning journalist and producer.
I specialise in original stories and access, and have worked on agenda-setting investigations for VICE, the Telegraph, the Guardian, the Independent, the Evening Standard, Channel 4's Dispatches, BBC Panorama, and others.
I've worked as a Producer-Correspondent for VICE News and its nightly show on HBO (2014-17), a Producer for VICE, an investigative reporter at the Telegraph (2011-14) and a features writer at the Evening Standard (2010-11).
I write news features about crime, technology, science and civil liberties. And I also write about culture, usually for VICE and the Telegraph.
As a freelance producer/director I've exposed a black market for state surveillance tech, investigated alleged murder by a conservation charity, and covered the first experiments with a drug that can target and weaken specific memories, helping addicts forget their triggers.
As an investigative reporter at the Telegraph, I was part of the team that broke a series of Fifa corruption stories, exposed politicians in cash-for-access deals and worked undercover and overseas to bring home scoops that led to nominations at the Paul Foot and British Journalism Awards.
My writing won a Hugh Cudlipp award in 2012.
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Get in touch on firstname.lastname@example.org. My Twitter is here and my full CV is on LinkedIn. For PGP see Twitter. Selected work is in the links on the left, and (almost) everything I've ever done is stored chronologically on Content.ly.
If you work in TV, my Talent Manager profile is here.
I am also available for copywriting – email for previous clients.