Content designer, writer, author
Nigel Bartlett worked in magazines from the age of 22 until his early 50s. He was a feature writer and sub-editor on titles as diverse as Woman’s Day, Belle, the Sunday Telegraph’s Sunday magazine, Harper’s Bazaar and many others. He was deputy editor on Inside Out and GQ Australia. A freelancer for more than a decade, he gradually moved into the digital world, producing content for the Big Brother website, Michelle Bridges 12 Week Body Transformation, Homes to Love and Living Edge furniture. Since 2016 he’s worked on government projects as a content designer (otherwise known as a UX writer and digital content writer). Nigel has held contracts with the NSW and Commonwealth governments, for agencies such as Service NSW, Services Australia, the Department of Agriculture and the State Library of New South Wales. His crime novel King of the Road was shortlisted for a Ned Kelly award for crime fiction and he’s (still) working on his second novel. He’ll always be nostalgic for the fun times he had in magazines.