Mark Frary is an author and writer specialising in business travel, skiing, science and technology. He writes regularly for The Times and is the founding editor of Public Sector Travel, a publication with associated conferences for travel buyers in government, universities and other public bodies.
Mark also gives expert advice to leisure and business travel companies on their social media and communications strategies and is the co-founder of Social Travel Market, an annual conference on the use of social media in travel at World Travel Market.
He is the author of seven books including Better Living Through Science, a guide on practical ways to use science to improve your lifestyle; Freaky Future, about how we will live in 2050, and is co-author, with Stephen Pincock, of The Origins of the Universe for Dummies and of Codebreaker, a practical and historical guide to code-breaking.
Mark has a first class degree in astronomy and physics from University College London and has carried out research at the Mullard Space Science Laboratory and the CERN nuclear physics laboratory in Geneva. At CERN, he worked on the Large Electron Positron accelerator, the forerunner of the Large Hadron Collider.
Mark lives in Ampthill in Bedfordshire, UK with his wife and two children.
Contact Mark to see how he can help you – whether it’s to write an article, research a white paper, speak at a conference or give your company expert advice on social media and client communications.