Andrew Davidson is an award-winning journalist and writer whose weekly interview page appeared in the UK’s Sunday Times from 2003 to 2012. He recently published a book about his grandfather’s war photography, FRED’S WAR (Short Books), before working on another book about WW1, THE INVISIBLE CROSS, which was published by Heron Books (Quercus) in 2016.
His previous books include BLOODLINES (Little, Brown), an anatomy of daily life at London’s St Thomas’s Hospital, SMART LUCK (FT Pearson), an anthology of interviews with well-known entrepreneurs, and UNDER THE HAMMER (Heinemann), the story of 1990’s ITV franchise auction. He was also editor-in-chief of 1000CEOS (Dorling Kindersley) published in 2009.
Prior to working for the Sunday Times, he wrote a similar weekly interview for the Financial Times The Business magazine, and for eight years contributed a monthly interview for Management Today magazine. He has also written for many of Britain’s newspapers and magazines, and won awards for business writer of the year (Periodical Publishers Association) and magazine writer of the year (The Work Foundation).
He is married to art historian Vanessa Nicolson and lives in Sissinghurst, Kent.