As a freelance journalist, I specialize in smart, thoughtful commentary on clothes, art, literature, culture, photography, health, gender, family, travel, and whatever else I can turn my hand to. Having begun my career in my late teens after winning the Vogue Talent Contest aged sixteen and working for places including Oxfam, British Vogue, All Walks Beyond the Catwalk and Teen Tatler, I’ve since gone on to write for a wide array of magazines and websites. To get in touch for commissions, questions or anything else, I can be reached at email@example.com.
I've written about clothes, art, and the history of women for Broadly, have covered topics from silk slips to men moaning about clothes for Refinery29, reflected on protests, friendships, and teenage memories for The Debrief, tackled things from curly hair to the Oxbridge experience for Yahoo, and revelled in my favourite fashion icons (among other things) for Into the Fold.
Additionally I’ve discussed my spinal surgery for Buzzfeed, Frida Kahlo for Dazed, literary salons for Constellation, my family’s hats for The Coven, free make-up samples and inspiring women for ThandieKay, female protagonists for For Books’ Sake, my grandma's dress for Worn Stories, student style for Vogue online, and second hand clothes for The Guardian.
I've written for print magazines including British Vogue, Teen Tatler, Apartemento and Lionheart, and am a regular contributor to SUITCASE magazine. Additionally, I'm junior editor on Violet magazine, where I work on a mixture of features, profiles and Q&A's.
I also work in a variety of other forms, including books, poetry and plays.
My first non-fiction title for teenagers and young women Notes On Being Teenage was released with Hachette in 2016. Well-received for its honesty and guidance, it also gave me the chance to appear at places including YALC, Edinburgh Literary Festival, Oxford Literary Festival, and various bookshops and schools across the country.
My debut poetry collection Branch and Vein was also published in 2016, and is available through the New River Press. Subsequently, I've done poetry readings at places including Shakespeare and Company, The Society Club, Burberry's flagship store, and the Albion Beatnik in Oxford.
I also co-wrote and performed in a radio play titled 'The Man who Turned into a Sofa' - dwelling on the ripple effects of my dad's depression on the rest of our family. This was broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in September 2014.
I am represented by Diana Beaumont at Marjacq Scripts.