I'm a freelance writer based in south London in the UK. My full CV is available on LinkedIn, but in short I write anything from funny scripts to entertainment news and clear, concise copy. Before that I gained over 10 years' experience producing digital and social media content for companies like the BBC, MTV and The National Theatre.




  • Researched psychological techniques to write card prompts for group tasks in business meetings for the School of Life (2018)

  • Wrote website and brochure copy for educational charity Ark Schools (2015, 2016)

  • Researched, wrote and interviewed key participants for an online exhibition about the history of black plays at the National Theatre using assets from the NT archive (2015)

  • x3 interactive guides to Shakespeare for the BBC, entitled "Was Shakespeare a fraud?", "How much of what we say today do we owe to Shakespeare?", and "Was the theatre more fun in Shakespeare's time?" (commissioned by Simon Delafond, 2015)

  • Developed ideas and wrote content for social media campaigns for Sky TV (2014), BBC Radio 5 Live and BBC Asian Network (2013)

  • Edited content for a relaunch of the website for arts charity DACS, working closely with lawyers to rewrite complex and legally sensitive copy for a wider audience (2012)

  • Wrote and edited copy for refresh of the BBC R&D website (commissioned by Olivier Thereaux, 2012)

  • Commercial copy for the Daily Telegraph's daily deals service Telegraph Selected (2012)

  • Wrote Friends episode synopses for Comedy Central in the house style (2011)

  • Digital writer at MTV UK, writing news articles, weekly newsletter and developing interactive programme ideas (2004)



  • Produced an educational guide to the history of black plays for the National Theatre, working with curators and interviewing key directors and producers (2015)

  • Managed various social media campaigns for Sky TV, BBC Radio 5 Live and BBC Asian Network (2013 -2014)

  • Worked with creative technologist Nat Buckley and Rachel Coldcutt at Caper to build "Alarum", an interactive commission for the Royal Shakespeare Company (2012)

  • Managed website for the Courtauld Institute of Art (2011-2012)

  • Produced and audience-tested a physical radio prototype for RadioTAG technology, which won the TechCon Technical Innovation Award at Radio Festival 2011 and Technology Innovation Award at NAB 2012 (2011)

  • Worked with BERG to produce "Shownar", a website that ranked BBC programmes based on how much they were being talked about on social media (2009)

  • Produced and edited copy, images, video, audio and games for the BBC Comedy site (2006 - 2009)

  • x18 daily videos highlighting the best new comedians at the 2008 Edinburgh Fringe or the BBC (2008)

  • Online game entitled "The Semi-Official Adventures of Captain Helix", launched to coincide with BBC2 sitcom Hyperdrive (2006)

  • Online game version of Mitchell and Webb sketch "Numberwang" (2006)


  • 2003: M.Phil in European Literature, University of Cambridge (Distinction)

  • 2002: BA Hons in English Literature, University of Cambridge (Double First)

  • 1998: A Levels in English (A), History (A) and German (A)

  • 1996: 10 GCSEs, including English and Maths