I am a hard-working and dedicated graduate of English Language and Literature (First Class) from King’s College London and an award-winning writer, editor and interviewer who has variously worked in print, digital and broadcast media since 2013. My unique experience includes work for BBC Radio 3 & 4 (Readings department), Roar News (King’s College London’s award-winning student newspaper) and Mid-Cheshire Radio. I care deeply about the written and spoken word, I love to meet new people and face new challenges.Locked Pro Plan feature
In 2016 I was awarded an internship in BBC Radio 3 & 4’s Readings department – such internships are awarded to less than three percent of over one hundred thousand applicants every year. During my time there I worked at every level of the book-to-radio process, and thereby developed skills in this area of the highest professional standard, applicable to any position in publishing. My role involved a wide range of tasks, which included liaising with publishers, proof-reading and reviewing books for broadcast, writing newsletters, editing scripts, researching texts and authors and everyday tasks such as sorting post and organising schedules. I was even rewarded with a role as a foley artist in the recording of a BBC Radio 4 drama.
I was awarded a First Class degree in English Language and Literature from King's College London.
The Portico Prize is a prestigious literary award given to writers by The Portico Library in Manchester. Every year, in addition to the main prize, The Portico Library also give an award to young writers of prose, poetry and journalism. I was awarded the prize in 2011 for Poetry.