Danny Buckland is a skilled and experienced journalist who has worked for national newspapers and magazines for more than 25 years. He is an award-winning health writer and has a reputation for producing engaging and accurate copy to specific briefs and deadlines.
He has covered international conflicts and interviewed political figures and entertainment stars in a career spanning newspapers, magazines, radio and TV. He has worked on the Daily Mail, Sunday People, The Sun and Daily Mirror, where he was Health Correspondent, and now supplies stories and editorial ideas across the breadth of titles from tabloid to broadsheet.
He is regularly commissioned to write insight pieces for the The Times’ Raconteur sections and also reports for the respected pharmaceutical publication PMLiVE.
Danny also writes widely on mental health issues and is an integral member of the Sunday Express Mental Health Crusade team which has won awards for its effectiveness in reducing stigma and providing positive, inspiring stories that are helping to reshape public opinion.
His reservoir of media knowledge is highly prized by a range of PR companies and business that consult for strategic direction and editorial guidance. His counsel has been used by major blue chip companies, the pharmaceutical industry and healthcare charities.
He is comfortable writing to any style and length demand and has an ability to recognize story potential and frame it with sparkling copy.
Danny plays for Epsom Lacrosse Club and cricket for Balham and Tooting CC.