As a writer and journalist, I have worked on commissions across a range of print, digital and commercial platforms reporting on stories across the UK and abroad.

My work has covered domestic and local current affairs issues, politics, arts, culture, music, faith and religion, and food. I am used to writing a range of styles of copy from local news stories to comment, detailed reporting and investigate work, but my background is in features.

My work has mainly been in text, but I have worked across radio/podcast/audio, digital video formats and worked widely with illustrators, visual artists, and photographers.

You can find some highlights below:


In the last year I’ve also started producing radio for the BBC. Here are a range of some of the projects I’ve worked on.

The liberation of the Channel Islands, BBC World Service

The Good Lads, BBC World Service 

James Veitch’s Contractual Obligations (Deepfakes and Mindfulness), BBC Radio 4

The Ugly Truth, BBC Radio 4

Lies My Teacher Told Me, BBC Radio 4

Equal As We Are, BBC Radio 4

Judy Punches Up, BBC Radio 3


Previous to joining the BBC I worked as a freelancer for a range of print and online platforms

Sound Advice Music Column in Live Magazine 

I left the city to become a farm labourer and here’s what I learned Feature, Munchies

Faith In The City: Towards new religious dialogues in Peckham, South London  Goldsmiths, University of London

Boy Adrift: a column about leaving standard education Education column, The Guardian

Teaching festival goers how to cook Feature, Vice / Munchies

Breaking norway: How Oslo Jazz Festival is fighting for independence and resilience for Oslo’s jazz musicians Travel essay, The Line Of Best Fit

Crossing Boundaries: Reflections on post-socialism and creative culture in Tallinn, Estonia Travel essay, The Line Of Best Fit

Local news for Lambeth Life

The Story of the Last Cuckoo Magazine Feature, Canal and River Trust

Powerful, positive, non-conformist. Kate Tempest leads Generation Next Cover feature, Live Magazine

Recontres transmuciales de Rennes: how festivals become cultural eco-systems  Travel Feature, The Line Of Best Fit

A potted history OF Glastonbury’s Shangri La:  From squatters to celebrated artists Feature for Noisey

Conservative politics is driving Britain’s youth culture into the ground Column, The Leopard

Why are young brits in the UK worried about the EU referendum Interiews, Huck Magazine

The student radicals fighting to free their universities Reported Feature,  Dazed