“I’m less “how many pixels”, more “is it going to take a good picture of my mates on a night out”…I respect the numbers / stats when it comes to tech…but does it do the job, solve the problem or entertain us?…”

(Marcus Bronzy)

Marcus Bronzy is a dynamic, award-winning Broadcaster and Tech Expert.

Having established himself as a force to be reckoned with across podcasting and online content creation – Marcus has a strong reputation for constantly pushing the boundaries. Credits include flagship breakfast and specialist shows across a range of platforms including BBC Radio 1Xtra, Capital Radio, BBC/CBBC and international television.

As a passionate tech expert, Marcus has showcased his versatility by leading as a presenter on the international Tech Show How Hacks Work, an electrifying 30-part series featuring extravagant builds and explosive endings. His acclaimed ‘enter-techment’ podcast How To Kill An Hour has evolved into a thriving platform that produces engaging audio and visual content focused on the art of killing time. The podcast’s widespread appeal has been evident through various accolades, including multiple appearances on the front page of the Apple Podcast app, recognition as one of the “Top 16 British podcasts to listen to” by Mashable and a nomination for a Mixcloud online radio award. Marcus is also a regular contributor to technology and gadgets for the Metro. Branded partnerships within the space include Twitch, Philips, Ubisoft, Xbox, O2, Playstation, Apple, and BAFTA.

In addition to his work as a presenter, Marcus is also a writer and producer with a deep understanding of youth audiences, collaborating with some of the UK’s largest Facebook groups, agencies and global brands to produce compelling content. Partnerships include Disney, Adobe, Lego, Bently, Ford Mustang, Land Rover, and What Culture.

With his phenomenal track record, Marcus Bronzy is fast becoming one of the UK’s most exciting new voices.

Bronzy is also resident host of podcast Ain’t Got a Clue alongside Kae Kurd and regular technology and gadgets contributor for the Metro.