I’m a writer, editor, and researcher based in South-East London. I’m interested in work that combines the themes of heritage, history, education, storytelling and local politics.
I’ve written for a number of publications, including Vice, The Guardian, and Dazed. And worked on projects with Glastonbury Festival, Shelter, Cable London, and Brainchild.
At 17, I was one of the youngest commentators ever for The Guardian reporting on life outside of a conventional school system, for a column called Boy Adrift. I continued to comment on music and politics issues with them for the next few years.
I moved on to being a passionate advocate for seeking alternative education to universities, having been written about in the Evening Standard. Alongside this, I got involved in a number of music, art, and creative projects – helping set up the Kings Cross based folk record label The Folkroom, running story projects like One Summer Soundtrack, editing Live Magazine, and consulting on creative media and youth projects for Livity.
I have consulted on events, and was involved in running the multi-discipline creative meet-up Steez. I edited of The Shangri Liar for Shangri La’s 2016 Glastonbury field. In 2016, I graduated with 1st Class Honours BA in Sociology and Anthropology from Goldsmiths. I continue write on commission about music, food, and cultural issues, as well as consulting, project assisting on events, and supporting projects as an editor or in-house copywriter.
I’m a member of The Creative Society’s Step Up program.
To talk work and commissions: firstname.lastname@example.org