Born in London, Vic Tanner Davy now lives in the Channel Islands. When not working in an office crunching numbers, Vic is a writer.
Vic has been writing since 1995 when his first play, And Our Dear Channel Islands.., about the Occupation and Liberation of Jersey premiered.
Vic’s first novel, Black Art, featured Arty Shaw, the world’s first female-to-male transgender detective. It was named one of Kirkus Reviews’ top 100 books of 2012. Vic’s second novel, A Very Civil Wedding, was a finalist in the 2014 Next Generation Indie Book Awards (Fiction: GLBT). Vic’s third novel, The Hystery App, received an honorable mention in the 2015 Rainbow Awards.
Since 2014, Vic has dedicated his spare time to the Jersey charity, Liberate, of which he is honorary CEO. He has delivered hundreds of training sessions and public speaking engagements on its behalf, educating and engaging with people on the subject of equality, diversity and inclusion.
Vic has an MBA from the University of Durham and is a member of the Institute of Fundraising.