Matt Granfield

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Matt Granfield
Born Matthew Peter Granfield
(1980-05-27) 27 May 1980 (age 34)
Nowra, Australia
Occupation Writer, Journalist
Language English
Citizenship Australian
Notable works HipsterMattic

Matthew Peter Granfield (born 27 May 1980) is an Australian writer, journalist, winemaker and wine critic.

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Granfield was educated at Trinity Lutheran College, the University of Queensland and Harvard Business School.[1]

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Journalism[edit]

After graduating university Granfield was accepted into the News Limited cadet reporter program where he worked as a journalist for several newspapers.[2] He writes for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's The Drum website,[3] Red White and Brew[4] is an editor of Marketing Magazine[5] and regularly contributes to numerous other publications,[6] including Maxim, Crikey,[7] and The Courier Mail's Q Weekend Magazine.

Music[edit]

Granfield was a founding member of Q Song Award nominated[8] Queensland rock group The Black Market Rhythm Co..

Writing[edit]

In October 2011 Allen & Unwin released Granfield's first book,[9] a satirical look at popular culture titled HipsterMattic.[10] He also edits wine and beer reviews site redwhiteandbrew.com.au, and writes wine and lifestyle articles for a number of wine magazines and regional newspapers.

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