I’m a freelance journalist, editor and producer with an interest in grassroots actions and social enterprise, environmental sustainability, and arts and culture.

My work has included everything from interviewing indigenous communities in Guyana, to managing the BBC’s Peabody Award-winning Ebola WhatsApp service, to writing about a cafe for recovering addicts in London, to visiting NASA’s Johnson Space Center for Channel 4’s BAFTA award-winning series Live from Space.

I have written or worked for many different outlets, including The Guardian, Time Out, Channel 4, BBC, The Big Issue, Visit LondonARISE, The Pavement, The Voice, Esquire and Real Travel.

CURRENT WORK (Updated 23/10/16)

I am currently in Guyana, South America, working on an independent multimedia oral-history project to capture everyday memories of life in British Guiana.

I am also continuing work on special digital/social media projects for BBC Africa and contributing radio pieces on Guyana to BBC World Service.