Mark Frary is an author and writer specialising in travel, social media and technology. He writes regularly for The Times and has written for many other publications including the Evening Standard, the Independent on Sunday, the Daily Express, Food & Travel, ABTA magazine, the easyJet magazine and Teletext.
Mark also gives expert advice to leisure and business travel companies on their social media and communications strategies and is the co-founder of Social Travel Market, an annual conference on the use of social media in travel at World Travel Market.
He is the author of seven books including The Origins of the Universe for Dummies and is currently working on a biography of the ski pioneer Erna Low.
Mark studied astronomy and physics at University College London and did postgraduate research at the CERN nuclear physics laboratory in Geneva, where they are seeking the Higgs boson.
Mark lives in Ampthill in Bedfordshire, UK with his wife and three children.