I am a freelance journalist, specialising in culture, belief, human interest, and inspiring stories. I’m always looking for unique perspectives on the world. I love interviewing people and having conversations about things that I’d never even thought about before.
I write regularly for The Times and I have recently written features for The Observer, BBC World Service, BBC Three, The Telegraph, the Daily Mail’s Good Health pages, The Guardian, The i Paper, Psychologies, Grazia and the Jewish Chronicle, among others.
Alongside writing longer features, I do regular shifts as a home news reporter at The Times, which includes pitching and writing breaking news, health, and arts stories – you can read my articles here.
I was an assistant commissioning editor at the Daily Mail. I also wrote for the paper, including a piece on how the royals recycle their rocks. I started out as a reporter on the Hampstead and Highgate Express (Ham&High) where my exclusive stories were often picked up by the nationals. I covered the campaign to free Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe.
I love reading contemporary literature, going to art galleries, and swimming. I’m agnostic and I’m very interested in talking to people about their faith or philosophy.
I have an MA in investigative journalism from City University. I originally studied English Literature at Bristol University, where I spent 6 months studying in Paris at La Sorbonne in my second year. I also have a graduate diploma in law, but I very much prefer journalism!