T3's mission is to seek out and showcase beautiful things that help you live a smarter, better life. To do this, we curate the latest tech, home, outdoors and lifestyle products to ensure you only ever buy the best of the best—things you'll cherish and enjoy using.
T3.com is one of the UK's leading consumer lifestyle websites, and T3 magazine is its print counterpart. The T3 brand is over 25 years old – T3 magazine was launched in November 1996, and the T3 website in 1998 at T3.co.uk before moving to T3.com in 2007. T3's Wikipedia page covers some of our history. You can also follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
We present products in helpful buying guides and carefully curated deals posts across style, living, auto, smart home, watches, travel, fitness and more. We truly do have the best of everything.
T3 magazine is published 13 times a year and is available in print and digital formats. The T3 website is updated daily. We're delighted that over 10 million people visit T3.com, and 38,000 people buy a copy of T3 magazine every month.
Below are the current T3 editorial staff, along with their contact details.
Mat has nearly two decades of consumer publishing experience as a content manager and editor and has been writing about tech for most of that. He has held senior positions at What Digital Camera Magazine, Amateur Photographer Magazine and Time Out among others.
Matt looks after T3's Active vertical, which incorporates all things fitness, outdoors, wearables and transportation – anything that keeps you moving and fit will go through his hands. His byline appears in several publications, and he also collaborated with content creators and judged many awards in the past. When he isn't working out, running, cycling, or swimming, you'll find him trekking the countryside and trying out new podcasting and content creation equipment.
Mike has been covering consumer technology for over 15 years, providing work for a number of high-profile websites, newspapers and magazines. At T3 he primarily handles mobile phones, tablets, streaming, gaming, laptops and computing products.
As Home Editor at T3.com, Bethan covers a wide variety of topics, from mattresses and yoga to kitchen appliances and smart home, and on to grooming tools and fragrances. Having always been passionate about writing, she’s written for websites, magazines and newspapers, covering jewellery, fashion, food and telecoms.
T3's News Editor, Rik has more than 35 years of experience in tech and entertainment journalism and has a knowledge of gaming that goes back to the late 80s. Running T3's news coverage means that he will cover the very latest stories across all areas of the site, from technology to style and just about everything in between.
Emily is T3’s Social Media Editor and has been creating online content for as long as she can remember. She is a serial hobbyist, and outside T3, you can find her doing everything from karting to sewing to dabbling in game design. She also runs a blog where she rambles about books.
Online news writer at T3.com, Sam has five years of experience in online and print journalism. With a passion for all things digital, he specialises in mobile phones, wearable technology, smart homes and TVs. Sam is an expert on Apple products, including iPhones, iPads, Apple Watches and MacBook's. In his spare time, Sam is a keen guitarist, golfer and watch lover.
As T3's Active Staff Writer, Bryony covers everything from health and fitness to outdoors and wearables. Previously, she worked as Health and Fitness Product Writer for What's The Best and Yours. Her bylines have also appeared in Good Housekeeping, Red magazine (where she interviewed Andy Murray's Strength and Conditioning Coach), and she's even done a little news reading on Heart Radio.
Andy Sansom is the Tech Staff Writer for T3. He covers all things tech, from phones and laptops to TVs, cinema sound and streaming shows. He previously worked for Tom’s Guide, covering phones, the best deals, how to watch the latest Premier League matches, and playing with ChatGPT every day. In his free time, he enjoys supporting his favourite football team (Liverpool), watching F1, teaching himself guitar, writing screenplays, and spending time with his dog.
Lizzie is T3's Home Staff Writer, also covering style, living and wellness. She works closely with Bethan Girdler-Maslen, T3's Home Editor, ensuring all the latest Home news, trends and recommendations are covered. Outside of T3, Lizzie can be found mooching around Bath, attempting (or at least trying to) a new DIY project or spending time with family and friends.
T3 magazine editorial team contacts
Josh leads the creation of every issue of T3, curating the wide world of tech into a digest that delivers only the most important gadget information to you. Working with the specialists on the T3 team and more of the best tech writers, he brings you the tech you you need to know, but haven't heard of yet.
Responsible for bringing each issue of T3 to life, Michelle has worked on a range of beautiful magazines, including Professional Photography, BBC Focus and the National Trust magazine.
T3 Australia contacts
Ben has been a technology editor and writer since 1995, and launched some of Australia’s most respected magazines and sites, including PC PowerPlay and Atomic, as well as taking the editor role for leading titles like PC Authority and APC. If it’s tech, Ben wants to try it out and tell you all about how great it is – or isn’t.
T3 advertising and licensing contacts
For advertising contacts, please go to our main how to advertise with T3 page.
For Australian T3 advertising opportunities, please contact Paul Marttila, Sales Director, at email@example.com.
UK delivery addresses
T3.com Bath office (Matt Kollat, Mat Gallagher, Bethan, Sam):
T3.com, Future PLC, 5 Pinesway Industrial Estate, Bath, BA2 3QS
T3.com London office (Mike):
T3.com, Future PLC, 121-141 Westbourne Terrace, London, W2 6JR
T3 magazine Bath office (Josh, Michelle):
T3 magazine, Future PLC, 5 Pinesway Industrial Estate, Bath, BA2 3QS
T3 Australia delivery address
Future Australia, Level 10, 89 York Street, Sydney, NSW, 2000, Australia
Our PR, reviews and ethics policy
We take pride that our reviews are independent and free from commercial considerations. We never take money for reviews. Nothing that has a star rating has been paid for.
Separate to our editorial content and process, we do run advertorial feature content which is clearly marked and tagged as ‘sponsored’.
We sometimes take trips and hospitality to attend shows and see products. It doesn’t affect how we think about products, but does affect whether we cover certain products (as in we may not have been able to get to see a certain product had the company not taken us to see it).
Almost all our review products are sent to us by the companies involved and almost always as a result of our request. We only review the products we think are worth reviewing. We always return products on request or at the end of our agreed loan period.
In our reviews, we score products on a scale from 1 to 5 stars. Products that score one or two stars are best avoided. Three stars is a good to very good product, four stars is an excellent product. Five stars is never awarded lightly and is a mark of exceptional quality. Read our How We Test page for more information on our reviewing process.
Affiliate & Advertising disclosure
We always aim to provide unbiased editorial created by our journalists and writers. We also need to pay our teams and website costs so we make money in a number of ways. We sometimes use affiliate links to products and services on retailer sites for which we can receive compensation if you click on those links or make purchases through them. From time to time we also publish advertorials (paid-for editorial content) and sponsored content on the site. When this is the case the content is clearly marked as sponsored or promoted, so you’ll always know which content is editorial and which is not. Future PLC is our parent company and has an in-depth terms and conditions page with a lot more information that you can read right here.
How to pitch stories to T3
Please pitch by email primarily and include images or links to images wherever possible. Please don’t pitch by Twitter or other social media platforms.
Phone calls are fine, but if it’s to ask whether or not you should send a press release then please just send it if it is relevant.
We rarely cover products sent in on spec so please check with us before sending review samples.
We don’t cover startups, business or industry stories, fintech or financial results or individual apps (unless part of a larger app roundup, which we occasionally do). We also rarely publish stories based on surveys or similar – we publish depending on the strength of a product.
We rarely cover crowdfunded projects and if we do, the projects we cover will generally have already reached their funding goal.
T3 and the IPSO
T3 is a member of the Independent Press Standards Organisation (which regulates the UK’s magazine and newspaper industry). We abide by the Editors’ Code of Practice and are committed to upholding the highest standards of journalism. If you think that we have not met those standards and want to make a complaint please contact us by calling 01225 442244 or writing to us at Future Publishing, Quay House, The Ambury, Bath, BA1 1UA, UK. If we are unable to resolve your complaint, or if you would like more information about IPSO or the Editors’ Code, contact IPSO on 0300 123 2220 or visit www.ipso.co.uk.
Content funding on T3
The majority of the content on T3 is created solely by our editorial team, but on occasion we also work with external partners to create content we hope our readers will find interesting and useful. This article explains how we fund the content we create on T3.
Who makes T3?
Who is T3 published by?
T3 is published by Future PLC and is part of the same group that publishes Tech Radar, Tom's Guide and PC Gamer.
What does the 3 in T3 stand for?
What does T3 stand for?
Originally T3 stood for Tomorrow's Technology Today. Today though, T3 is a name in its own right and has been at the forefront of technology since 1996.