I'm a London-based writer and editor, with a particular interest in music, arts & culture and mental health. Previously a social media and marketing assistant for live music and events at VICE and a digital manager for high-profile music clients, I am now freelancing as a writer, editor and social media manager. I currently work as Online Editor at London in Stereo and my work has been published by Vice, Noisey, Dazed, i-D, The Guardian and Huck, among others.Locked Pro Plan feature
- Managing a team of freelance writers and photographers, commissioning & editing features, interviews, reviews, photo galleries, playlists and competitions. - Pitching and writing regular features and reviews. - Daily updates of the London in Stereo social media platforms with new content, news and events.
Freelance writing for a range of clients, notably Vice, Noisey, i-D, The Guardian, Dazed, AnOther, Huck & Cosmopolitan.
Initials EC is a social media and digital marketing agency specialising in high profile music clients.
- managing the social platforms of all Vice-associated venues, updating with latest event information, press and media. - working with other company departments and external clients to organise event announcements and marketing plans. - updating and managing venue websites using CMS. - helping to organise the creation of marketing assets for both print and web. - setting up sponsored social posts that aim to reach the the largest and most appropriate audience. - commissioning photography of live music and events.
i-D Magazine issued a "global call to arms" for writers under 25 to submit a piece of writing on a social or political cause they cared about in their 'Voice of Tomorrow' competition. My piece "It's time we got answers on why the mental health system is failing a generation" about how the NHS' mental health services are failing young people won runner-up prize.
When I was an Editor at British Style Bloggers, I was included on this shortlist of young, promising fashion & culture journalists.
The Tower Poetry Competition is an annual series of prizes for young writers by Christ Church, Oxford University. I was included on the 2011 longlist of prize winners.