I‘ve been working as a journalist for over a decade now. I've worked extensively in print, and more recently on documentaries, radio features and broadcast news. I was a columnist for four years and have also been a section editor for an arts magazine.
When I'm not making programmes or writing, I'm a regular UK media pundit on both television and radio.
I've most recently worked for BBC Scotland, was a columnist in The National and have bylines in many well-known publications like The Guardian, The Metro, The Spectator and more.
I dig into gender, politics, identities, cultural and social issues. I’m passionate about digital journalism that reaches audiences where they are. I love creative non-fiction and finding the human touch that brings stories to life.
I was shortlisted for 2016 and 2017 Write to End Violence Against Women awards for best commentary.
NOTE: I have around 500 clippings – this is by no means my entire portfolio