Former Naval officer and entrepreneur, Stuart Heaver, is a highly experienced journalist and writer, who’s time is split between Hong Kong and the UK.
Stuart’s work covers a wide range of subjects related to greater China and south-east Asia and he is perhaps best known for his popular (100 plus) long form features in the South China Morning Post. A graduate of the London School of Economics, Stuart was also trained in Features Journalism at the London College of Communications (now University of the Arts London) and more recently, completed a short course in Digital Journalism at The Guardian.
His work has also been published in the Daily Telegraph, The Guardian, Post Magazine, Sunseeker Magazine, Fragrant Harbour, The Peak and several leading airline magazines for organisations including Emirates, Bangkok Airlines and Cathay Pacific.
Stuart Heaver's interest in journalism was first aroused while serving as a junior Naval officer, when he was attached to the UK Ministry of Defence, public relations office, in London to help the government manage a national news story. He has also worked closely with national newspapers, radio and TV, as a press officer, for SSAFA, the UK’s oldest armed forces charity.
Stuart's work have been commissioned by the South China Morning Post, Sailing Today, Classic Boat, Fragrant Harbour, JetStar Asia, Mabuhay, Sunseeker Magazine, The Peak, Fah Thai and many other international publications.
He has broadcast on TV and radio, worked on several high profile projects for corporate clients and foundations and has been invited to address students of journalism on how to operate successfully as a freelance journalist:
Royal Navy officer training - Britannia Royal Naval College, Dartmouth, UK.
BSc (Econ) Government- London School of Economics and Political Science
Features Journalism- London College of Communications
Digital Journalism- The Guardian
Advanced Copy Editing- London College of Communications
DSLR Photography- Zoom In School of Photography, London.