Jack Schofield is a British technology journalist. He writes the Ask Jack column for The Guardian and preceding that covered technology for the newspaper from 1983 to 2010. He has edited photography and computing periodicals and produced a number of books on photography and on computing, including The Darkroom Book (1981).
Schofield edited various photography magazines during the 1970s: Photo Technique, Film Making, You & Your Camera (a partwork), and Zoom as well as the journal of the Royal Photographic Society, The Photographic Journal.
In 1983, he started writing a weekly computer column in Futures Micro Guardian, from its first issue, in The Guardian. He also became editor of the monthly Practical Computing in 1984. In September 1985 he joined The Guardian's staff to launch Computer Guardian, the newspaper's weekly computer supplement. He continued to cover technology for The Guardian until 2010 when he switched to solely writing the newspaper's Ask Jack column.