Malcolm has been Creative Director at some of London’s top ad agencies, producing award winning work for brands such as Apple, BT, Sainsbury’s, Volvo, The Economist and the Met Police. Malcolm was a partner of Miles Calcraft Briginshaw Duffy, one of the UK’s most innovative start-ups producing the Hovis ‘Go on, lad’ commercial which was voted ad of the decade. Malcolm helped to grow and successfully sell the agency.
He became Creative Director of Comic Relief, working on Red Nose day and Sport Relief, helping the charity break through the £1billion barrier for money raised. It was at Comic Relief, inspired by their work assisting victims of domestic violence, he had the idea for his first novel, the award-winning Me Mam. Me Dad. Me. He has written two other critically acclaimed novels, Sofa Surfer, about homelessness, and Read Between the Lies, which explores dyslexia.
Malcolm is married to Kiwi wife, Jann, and has two lively daughters, Tallulah and Tabi. He claims to be a jack of most sports, and master of none. He is currently trying to master tennis and golf.