I dig for stories and come up with words that help you see the world with more clarity and honesty. I've been in the business for a number of years and have worked with some of the best teams around. I adapt my style to suit everything from healthcare dossiers to creative marketing campaigns. My work revolves around stories and people. If you value the truth and want to provide accurate and reliable content for worldwide audiences, let's have a chat!
- The Wonder ProjectThis new interactive arts experience will take you on a journey through Wakehurst, exploring our evolving and complex relationship with nature - from the elements and soil, to flora and fauna. Unfolding into the wider landscape you will encounter soundscapes, sculptures and art installations, inspired by Wakehurst’s plants and the work of Kew’s scientists in the Millennium Seed Bank. These experimental art pieces are borne out of an unprecedented level of collaboration between Wakehurst, Kew Sc
Projects credited in
- Blood: Life UncutScience Gallery London’s, Blood: Life Uncut, produced and curated by Andy Franzkowiak, featured film, performance, talks, an exhibition and art installations. The season ran from July to November 2017, across London Bridge and Peckham and was experienced by over 20,000 people. The full programme of events can be found on the Science Gallery London website. More information about the exhibition can be found here. Press from the exhibition - New Scientist - "Bloody exhibition is only for the brave
I am currently working as the editor-in-chief for PLASMA magazine a print and online publication specialised in culture, science and technology. My responsibilities include proofreading and overseeing the quality and content of the magazine. My most rewarding achievement so far has been to edit the fourth issue of PLASMA magazine.
- Academic Writing
- Art Journalism
- Cultural Journalism
- Science Journalism
- Science Communication
- Adobe Photoshop
- Academic Editing
- Content Editing
- Content Copywriting
Science CommunicationImperial College London
- London, United Kingdom
My masters course at Imperial College was focused on media and communications. During my masters, I learned about the importance of creating engaging and reliable content for diverse audiences. I specialised in journalism and museums, curating two science exhibitions and an art piece as my final projects. My biggest achievement during my masters was my thesis, “The benefits of art and science collaborations for the advancement of science: a case study on Spit Crystal”. My dissertation provided an in-depth analysis of the importance of promoting art and science projects in order to bring new ideas to scientific research. It was recently published in the November 2017 issue of Interalia magazine.