Mark Prigg

Mark Prigg
Title: VP, Commerce
Education: University of the Arts, London

Mark Prigg is a VP on the Commerce team overseeing the Food and Travel verticals. He joined Dotdash Meredith in 2021.

Highlights:

  • Born in Caerphilly, Wales, Mark has traveled extensively and lived in London, Cameroon’s capital Yaounde, San Francisco, New York City, and the Catskills.
  • While in Cameroon, he undertook an extended eco-tourism trip volunteering at Ape Action, a gorilla sanctuary deep in the rainforest, and has also spent time in Rwanda at their gorilla conservation projects.
  • A science and technology obsessive, he’s fascinated by gadgets and travel tech, along with primates, dogs, and finding the perfect flat white.

Experience

Before joining Dotdash Meredith, Mark spent 25 years as a science and technology reporter and editor, working on newspapers including The Sunday Times, London Evening Standard, and Daily Mail in London. He then moved to the US to work on Dailymail.com as their Science and Technology Editor and has been in New York ever since.

Mark also worked at Red Ventures as an Editorial Director on their technology brands and has freelanced extensively for everyone from Wired and The Daily Telegraph to T3 and Business Traveller magazine.

Education

Mark attended the University of the Arts, London with a BA (Hons) in Journalism.

About Travel + Leisure

Travel + Leisure, a Dotdash Meredith Brand, is a top travel media brand with a mission to inform and inspire passionate travelers. Our expert team includes a network of hundreds of writers and photographers across the globe, all providing a local eye on the best places to stay, eat, and explore. We reach an audience that takes 76 million round trips annually, offering valuable travel tips, ideas and inspiration, and products you need to get you to your destination — whether it’s a small town or big city, beach or lake, national park or theme park, road trip, cruise, or long-haul flight, and everything in between. Learn more about us and our editorial process