Siân Boyle is a freelance writer and journalist, specialising in features and longform journalism. She is published in The Sunday Times, The Guardian, The Times, The Independent, The i Paper, The Daily Mail, The Evening Standard, The House Magazine, and Huff Post.

Prior to becoming a features writer, Siân worked as a news reporter and then an investigative journalist. She is interested in writing about anything which explores life, the world or the mind. Her favourite subjects include psychology, social affairs, culture and technology

Siân loves journalism as a means by which to experience the rich tapestry of life. She loves writing as a creative medium through which to report it.

She was previously named one of MHP's '30 Under 30 To Watch' journalists, was nominated for Reporter of the Year at the National Press Awards and is a former recipient of The Guardian's Scott Trust Bursary. She has been named Feature Writer of the Year at the National Press Awards, and won a British Journalism Award for her work investigating China and technology. In 2024, she was a judge of the Regional Press Awards.

Siân is interested in receiving commissions on a variety of subjects. She can write in formats including longform journalism, interviews, narrative nonfiction, popular features and comment pieces.