After six years in London working in journalism and communications, poor eye health led to a reduction in my hours and a return to my adopted hometown of Bristol.
This change also rekindled an interest writing, primarily for younger readers and the non-fiction market. Today I am working on a range of material for both self-publishing and conventional publishing.
In the "news, articles and media" section you'll find an archive of my old articles (Evening Standard/The Independent), photography and other online work, mostly from my time as a freelance journalist.
Know Bristol (2021)
The Pirate Bakers (2021)
Patch the Solitary Bee (2021)
How Did They Do It? (2013)
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (2018 to Present)
Department for Transport (2017 to 2018)
House of Commons (2015 to 2016)
Weber Shandwick (2014)
MA Journalism, City, University of London
BA History, Royal Holloway, University of London
Committee Member, London Committee and Executive Committee, (Human Rights Watch) 2018 to 2019
Co-Chair, Human Rights Network, (Human Rights Watch) 2017 to 2018
Committee Member, Human Rights Network, (Human Rights Watch) 2016 to 2019
Treasurer, Members’ and Peers’ Staff Association (House of Commons) 2015 to 2016
Editor, The Founder 2011 to 2012
Cadet, Combined Cadet Force (Royal Navy) 2006-2008