I am a freelance journalist with a first class degree in Politics with International Relations from the University of Bath and an NCTJ accredited Multimedia Journalism Diploma from News Associates.
Over the last three years, I have moved between Bath, Berlin and New York where I have worked for several different news outlets reporting on and analysing local and international news.
I am primarily a news reporter although often write lifestyle features that range from food and fashion reviews to social commentary and personal interest pieces.
Currently write for the South West Londoner, The Ealing Times and The Hillingdon and Uxbridge Times as a news reporter and TNT Magazine as a lifestyle features writer.
Past bylines include: The Sunday Times, The Sun, The Huffington Post, The Pryer, The Upcoming, The West Sussex County Times, Simone de Boudoir, Plant Ivy and Bath Impact.
'Friendship' noodle bar coming to The Mall in Ealing 8:13am Tuesday 27th May 2014 in News By Sarah Aston Noodles: Ealing visitors can enjoy special offers at the opening. Picture: Rianna Goss A NEW noodle bar is coming to Ealing next month as the Asian and Oriental-influenced Yo Yo Noodle sets up shop in The Mall.
Racing micro-pigs, show-jumping rabbits and dancing dogs were just some of the attractions at the fourth annual London Pet Show on May, 17 and 18. This was the first time the event, now in its fourth year, was held at Earl's Court and hundreds flocked to South London to attend the show which transformed the exhibition centre into any animal lover's dream.
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Brixton will get a taste of fashion ahead of London Fashion Week with its second FrockSwap this February. Lizzie Dixey, 28 from Brixton, runs the FrockSwap and encourages fashion lovers to bring unwanted clothes to the event to swap them for something different.
Currently facing a road closure charge of £1,100 for its fourth annual two day arts fair in July, Urban Art believes that they are being unfairly targeted by the council's inconsistent approach to funding and charges. Founded in 2002 by Timothy Sutton, 53, Urban Art seeks to showcase local artists and is worried that the council's decision could cripple the project.
Residents of Colliers Wood enjoyed the pop-up experience last Saturday with a gallery and photo studio on Colliers Wood High Street. The pop-up sought to highlight the photographic and artistic talent of Colliers Wood.
Calling Ealing extras - your chance to be in new film 8:15am Tuesday 27th May 2014 in Local News By Sarah Aston Hub of creativity: the Met Film School at Ealing Studios ASPIRING actors will have the opportunity to star in a short film next month as part of a project at the Ealing Studios-based Met Film School.
Ealing boy, 11, stars in new Channel 4 documentary 6:38pm Sunday 1st June 2014 in Local News By Sarah Aston Ealing boy, 11, stars in new Channel 4 documentary EALING'S own Joshua Castelino, 11, sets the world to rights in an imaginative new TV documentary Dinner at 11 for Channel 4.
No excuses, no limits: motto of break dance crew visiting Uxbridge 8:25am Monday 9th June 2014 in Local News By Sarah Aston No limits: dancers visiting Pield Heath House AN American break dance group touched down in Uxbridge last week ahead of a performance tomorrow (Tuesday) at Pield Heath House School for children with learning needs.