I’m a freelance journalist. I write about culture and inspiring life stories and I’m always looking for unique perspectives. I’ve recently written for The Times, The Observer, The Telegraph, the Daily Mail’s Good Health, Stella magazine, The Guardian, Psychologies magazine, Weekend magazine, The ‘i’ Paper and the Jewish Chronicle. Alongside writing features, I do regular shifts as a reporter at The Times, covering home news – you can read my articles here.
I was previously an assistant commissioning editor for features at the Daily Mail. I sometimes wrote for the paper, including a piece about how the royals have ‘recycled their rocks’ down the generations. I started out as a reporter for the Hampstead and Highgate Express (Ham&High), where my stories were regularly picked up by the nationals, including my interview with Baby P boss Sharon Shoesmith. I covered the campaign to free Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe.
I love reading contemporary literature, going to art galleries, walking on Hampstead Heath and swimming in the ponds. I’m agnostic, but I’m very interested in talking to people about their faith or philosophy. I have an MA in investigative journalism from City University, an English Literature degree from Bristol University and a graduate diploma in law.