I’m a freelance features writer and reporter. I write about culture and society, and I’m always looking for unique human interest stories. Most of all, I love interviewing people and hearing their insights. I freelance as a reporter for The Times, and I’ve written features for The Observer, The Telegraph’s Stella magazine, The Guardian, Psychologies magazine and the Jewish Chronicle. I regularly write celebrity interviews for the Daily Mail’s Weekend magazine. I sometimes freelance as a producer at ITV Good Morning Britain.
I was previously an assistant commissioning editor on the Daily Mail features desk. My highlights include editing a piece on the crisis of plastic in our oceans from a Blue Planet II producer. I 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 I regularly had stories picked up by the nationals, including my interview with Baby P boss Sharon Shoesmith. I covered the campaign to free Nazanin Zagari-Ratcliffe, who is jailed in Iran.
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 spirituality.