Some cool things I’ve done 

I’ve led journalists bog snorkelling in Wales, written an entire website for Casio, built a bike out of bamboo, worked as arts editor for an app, churned out tag lines for a tech giant, and road tripped across California with five famous influencers.

So, it’s hard to sum up. But everything I do I approach with creative gumption.

Really it’s a whole bunch of stuff 

I worked in PR for 4 years before moving into journalism and copywriting, which means I know the media industry inside out. I thrive when jumping from project to project, avoiding the pesky pigeonhole, whilst hunting for clever content.

Who I’ve done it for 

I define my specialisms as travel/hospitality, wellness/lifestyle and art/design (with some tech thrown in for good measure). I have worked with national and international tourism boards, hotels, FMCG companies, galleries, museums, restaurants, art festivals, wellness warriors, luxury lifestyle, automotive, and budding startup brands.

You can find my travel writing in Conde Nast Traveller, STYLIST, Amuse (VICE), SUITCASE, Aesthetica, About Time, The Spaces, The Week, OnOffice and Casquette (with lots more to come). Haven’t heard of some of these? I’m a big fan of independent magazines, so go check them out.

 Where I get my kicks

I lived in Paris for a year and since then I’ve hot desked from across the world, be it Montreal or Mexico, speaking French or Spanish whenever the opportunity (or company) allows.

I love connecting people, so if you’re looking for anything from a good hotel in Amsterdam to a quiet cafe in Seoul to a great yoga teacher in San Francisco, I can help.

I’ve done my fair share of public speaking (panels) and guest lectures (Leicester University) so if you have any opportunities like this, please get in touch.