I’m a self-shooting visual and radio journalist currently writing, presenting and producing radio news and digital videos for BBC Minute on the BBC World Service. I was previously a journalist at BBC 100 Women, multimedia journalist at BBC Wales, freelance journalist for BBC Radio 4’s PM & BBC Political Newsgathering and BBC Journalism Trainee.
My original journalism reports and investigations have been featured on BBC Radio 4's Today programme, From Our Own Correspondent, Victoria Derbyshire programme, BBC 6 o'clock TV news, BBC World Service's OS and World Update programmes, BBC Radio 4's Beyond Today podcast, and the BBC News website's front page, Instagram and Video of the Day.
Specialist interests include women’s rights and health; gender violence; issues affecting young people across the world; UK local government issues including universal credit, housing and council funding; trolling and digital trends & culture.
My writing has been published by the Guardian, Evening Standard, Metro, BBC, The Independent, Channel 4 News, The Telegraph, The Times, The Debrief, The Madurai Messenger, and The AIDS Legal Network. _________________________________________________________
Public speaker at TED (TED Global Summit, Banff, June 2016) and TEDx (TEDx Thessaloniki, April 2016), Clear Lines Festival (2015), Lughnasa International Friel Festival (2015), Women of the World Cambridge (2016), Evening Standard Young Progress Makers Festival (2017), Heresy Consulting (2017 and 2018) - 'Moral Courage and Business Leadership' and ‘The Bystander Effect’, University of Chicago (May 2017).
Founder of the international #NotGuilty website for survivors of sexual violence featured in The Times, Guardian, Telegraph, Independent, Evening Standard, TIME, BBC, World Bank Group, Channel 4, Elle, Metro, Le Monde, The Guardian's alternative New Year's honours list (2015), Sheryl Sandberg's optionb.org, Stylist, and the book 'LGBT & The Criminal Justice System'.
Wrote a thesis on the trolling and uglification of women in the public sphere from 17th century to modern day Twitter.
Outside of work interests include climbing mountains, surfing, travel, music, wild swimming, books, and food. Preferably all at once.