Stephen Quinn runs MOJO Media Insights, a digital consulting business, based in Brighton in the United Kingdom. He shows media organisations how to make money by producing multi-platform books with iBooks Author and other digital book forms, and teaches people how to make broadcast-quality videos using only an iOS device such as an iPhone. Examples of his videos can be found at https://sraquinn.org/2017/05/18/video-gallery/
Dr Quinn has published 25 print and five digital books. The most recent are CLARITY: A guide to clear writing (2018), a book of poetry entitled If you can be anything, be kind (2018) and MOJO: The Mobile Journalism Handbook (Focal Press: Boston USA), co-written with Dr Ivo Burum, shown with Dr Quinn in one of the photos on this page. This book appeared in September 2015. Other recent books include the third volume of Asia's Media Innovators, Crowdsourcing in Asian Journalism, which appeared in late 2013, and the third edition of MOJO: Mobile Journalism in the Asian Region, which appeared in 2012. Dr Quinn's first novel, Chaucer's Team, appeared in 2014. Do note that he is NOT the author of How to get laid while travelling.
Dr Quinn was the digital development editor at the South China Morning Post from 2011 until 2013. At the Post he helped re-launch the site that in November 2012 won the WAN/Ifra gold medal for best news website. He moved to the UK at the end of 2013 and lives in Brighton.
Between 1975 and 2011 Dr Quinn, an Australian, worked as a journalist and taught journalism in Australia, Thailand, the United Kingdom, the United Arab Emirates (Dubai), New Zealand, the United States, China and Hong Kong. As a journalist he has worked with Australian newspapers, the Bangkok Post, the UK's Press Association, BBC-TV, ITN, The Guardian, the Mideast Broadcasting Center in Dubai, Television New Zealand and the SCMP. His digital books were made with Apple's iBooks Author and Amazon's electronic publishing system. He also writes a weekly wine column syndicated to six daily newspapers and magazines in the Asian region. Read his wine column at his blog, http://sraquinn.org.