Andrew Stuttaford was born in England a long, long time ago, but his day job in finance (he works in international equities) lured him across the Atlantic in 1991 and he has been resident in New York City ever since. Andrew has been published in National Review (he is a contributing editor), National Review Online, The Wall Street Journal, The Weekly Standard, The New York Sun, The New Criterion, The Daily News, Spectator USA, The National Interest, Politix, Bookforum, American Outlook, Forbes Polska and The Baltic Independent. In the UK, he has written regularly for magazines Standpoint and Prospect and has been published in CapX and TheArticle. Andrew also has been published in Quadrant, the Australian literary and cultural journal. Andrew contributes to three group blogs, National Review Online's “The Corner” (since 2002), Secular Right, and Ricochet.
As to what Andrew's been writing about all this time, that's difficult to summarize, but, if you're interested, the archives set up on this site should give some sort of idea. Some pieces, of course, probably haven't aged too well. Others may have been rubbish right from the start. Any errors are, naturally, the fault of other people.
For the truly brave, Andrew’s appearances on television are also included: He has been interviewed on subjects as diverse as robots and a defense of fast food. He has also been a frequent guest on the Danish television station run by Børsen newspaper where he comments on equity markets, American politics, and general macroeconomic news.
Andrew has also contributed to podcasts for the Economist, The Weekly Standard and National Review.
Andrew was educated at the universities of Oxford and Brussels and is a qualified English attorney.