Writer and ghostwriter
Max Leonard has written for some of Clarity’s biggest clients, including RBS, Accenture, Wood Mackenzie and Regus. He has also worked freelance on writing projects for the likes of Cadbury, Nike, Rapha, Coutts, Sky and Atos. He specialises in editorial content for print and digital media.
He has also written for the FT’s How To Spend It magazine, The Daily Telegraph, Esquire, Monocle and the Guardian Blogs.
Max is an accomplished ghostwriter, having written a Sunday Times Top 10 Bestseller for Penguin, and a rock star memoir for Harper Collins.
He is also a published author in his own name, mainly on his passion, cycling. He has written a series of travel guides, City Cycling Europe, for Thames & Hudson. Max’s latest book is Lanterne Rouge, the last man in the Tour de France, published in 2014 by Yellow Jersey, part of Random House. Read a review in the Guardian.