As an entrepreneur, I focus on radical approaches to app design and information flow, with the aim of making people happier and better connected, and companies more information efficient and profitable. My current start-up projects are Babl - a one-word messaging app for Android and iPhone - and Co#, a corporate app which turns internal communication on its head.
I've written about politics, technology, and foreign policy, for New Statesman, MSN, Independent, Total Politics, Conservative Home, Left Foot Forward, Globe & Mail, Huffington Post and others. I have been featured in PR Week, Guardian, Telegraph, TechCrunch, TechPresident, GigaOm, Oxford Reuters Institute, Foreign Policy Magazine, Gay Times, as well as other publications. Major publications of my own include a report on behalf of the Foreign & Commonwealth Office, and a 50,000-word policy pamphlet on entrepreneurship which I co-authored. I've spoken at Social Media Week in London, Oxford University, Brunel University and many other places. I've appeared on Sky News and BBC Daily Politics, and been quoted in Parliament by a British Prime Minister.
I've written and published a non-fiction book on the science and experience of sex and pornography addiction. I feel that the modern world doesn't yet understand the way technology affects, changes, and even harms our emotional and sexual brains. Although most of my published writing has been non-fiction, my love is fiction, and I'm currently working on my first novel.
In digital political communications, I have worked for or with, inter alia: former Prime Minister Tony Blair, a Presidential campaign in Afghanistan, the Prime Minister of a major Asian country and various political parties and political candidates in Europe. I have also worked in a consulting capacity for the Foreign & Commonwealth Office, the British Council, the Home Office and the UK Embassy Tunisia.
The best way to contact me is by email: luke.n.bozier [at] gmail.com. I'm also reachable via LinkedIn here.