About Me

Hello dear reader! It's nice to make your acquaintance. Thank you for stopping by to learn more about me. I am Greg Wetherall and I have been writing across print and online platforms on music, film and theatre since 2012. 

During that time, my words have been published in NME, The Telegraph, Variety, Dazed and Confused, Little White Lies, HuffPost, HeyUGuys, the Sunday Mirror, Skiddle, Curzon, Hackney Gazette, and many more besides.

My work as a journalist has resulted in interviews with the likes of Debbie Harry, Joan Jett, The Doors, Nick Cave, Stevie Nicks, Cate Blanchett, Kings of Leon, Shakira, Mike Leigh, Werner Herzog, Hozier, Fatboy Slim, Sleaford Mods, Bela Tarr, M.I.A, Liv Ullmann, Rose McGowan, Celine Sciamma, Anton Corbijn, to name just a few. 

Aside from applying pen to paper (or, more appositely, finger to keyboard), I have compered the film tent at Glastonbury festival with Tilda Swinton, conducted webinars at film colleges and also interviewed/compered onstage at the VFX Festival in London. I was also formerly the film correspondent on the former internet radio station, Talk2Me Radio, and have been commissioned to represent publications at film and music festivals across Europe, including Cannes, Primavera Sound, iTunes Festival, Berlinale, Venice Film Festival, Latitude, Glastonbury and more. 

Additionally, I have experience conducting news shifts, conducting red carpets, editing/sub-editing, providing op-eds, and music bios. 

If you would like to get in touch, my email is gregwetherallfreelance@gmail.com. 

If you made it this far, thank you. Writing a bio about myself feels like a very self-indulgent activity, so I too am pleased to have reached the end of this piece! I wish you well.