Thanks for visiting!

I live in London, from where I run Macroscope, an independent consultancy supporting experimentation, innovation and learning in journalism, human rights and philanthropy.

I’ve worked for and with organisations such as Nesta, Wellcome, Open Society, Ariadne, Transparency and Accountability Initiative, WAN-IFRA, the European Cultural Foundation, The Philanthropy Workshop and Google DNI Innovation Fund, on a wide range of journalism, digital media, activism and policy initiatives.

You can find me fairly easily on LinkedIn and Twitter.

I’m a trustee of Doc Society (formerly known as BritDoc), and on the Advisory Board for First Draft.

I was for 3 years a proud board member of 360Giving, a UK campaign advocating greater transparency in grantmaking – here’s more information about their data standard.

2 comments
  1. Dear Sameer,

    I read your piece in BOMB today. You may recall you asked about my own interview with Adam Phillips some time ago. I really liked your questions; you got a lot out of him.

    I met Sabine, the managing editor, today. How did you go about getting a piece in BOMB?

    I have a few ideas. Sabine gave me a free copy!

    Let me know,

    Jennifer

    • Sameer said:

      Jennifer – thanks for writing, you’re too kind, and yes, I do remember your interview with Adam Phillips (I linked to it). Great that you met with Sabine Russ – here’s how my commission came about

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