Victoria Turk is a London-based journalist who specialises in technology. In 2019, she became features editor at WIRED, where she edits the culture section of the print magazine, leads video strategy, and writes regularly for print and web. Before working at WIRED, she was technology editor at New Scientist and UK editor at Motherboard, VICE's tech and science channel.
Turk is also the author of a number of books, including 2019's Digital Etiquette: Everything You Wanted to Know about Modern Manners But Were Afraid to Ask, and The Damage Done, which looks at one woman's struggle with drug addiction in New York and was published a Kindle Singles e-book. She studied French and German at Oxford University before completing her masters in journalism at Columbia University.