I’m a freelance journalist, researcher and editor with a vast amount of academic and strategy experience. I’m a features writer for arts, design and social/legal commentary print and online publications. I also write copy for business and B2B publications, interviewing CEOs and writing thought leadership articles.
I’m a cities, culture and regeneration specialist by background, working as a full-time academic until 2014 when I went freelance. I have written three books and numerous scholarly and policy articles in this field. I’m a contributor to Forbes writing about urban and rural development. I’m an enthusiastic, if time-pushed, psychogeographer, posting about my travels on Instagram.
I’ve always taken an active interest in my local community, and at the moment I’m curating the Off the Rails exhibition space at Wivenhoe Station, Essex and help with producing Words down the Line – an illustrated poetry leaflet that circulates across Essex and into London.
Alongside my ongoing client work, I’m writing feature articles documenting the growth of the rural creativity and the artisanal sector in North Essex, Suffolk and beyond.
If you want to find out more about my work, take a look at my CV and portfolio pages, or get in touch to discuss what you need.