I am a features writer and editor, specialising in inspiring human interest stories and culture. I am always looking for unique perspectives on the world. I love interviewing people and having conversations about philosophies and ideas that I have never thought about before.
I am the acting deputy comment editor at the i Paper. I regularly write for The Times and I have recently written features for The i Paper, The Observer, BBC World Service, BBC Three, The Telegraph, the Daily Mail’s Good Health pages, The Guardian, The Independent, Wired, Psychologies magazine, Weekend, and Grazia, among others.
Alongside writing longer features, I have been doing regular shifts as a home news reporter at The Times, which includes writing breaking news, health, and arts stories – you can read my articles here.
I previously worked on the Daily Mail features desk, commissioning and editing. I started out as a reporter on the Hampstead and Highgate Express (Ham&High). Before going into journalism, I worked as a press assistant for charities including the Charities Advisory Trust.
I love reading contemporary literature, going to art galleries, and swimming. I have an MA in investigative journalism from City University and studied English Literature at Bristol University.