After graduating with a degree in music and no idea what to do with my life, I found myself working in PR. I quickly realised I was very, very bad at most of it. But I also realised that I was pretty good at the writing part.
So, I decided to do it full time. I started out in internal comms, working with designers on campaigns for clients like M&S and Crossrail. Later, I worked for another agency as a writer and trainer for brands including HSBC, Channel 4, American Express and Virgin Atlantic. After spending some time client-side at an international charity, I decided I was ready to go solo.
Since then, I’ve been working on all kinds of projects – from branding and positioning to more technical writing, from writing copy to running workshops – with clients such as UCL, Landsec and Unilever.
When I’m not writing copy for businesses, I write fiction for fun. My stories have been published online by groups including 26.org and in print by The Fiction Desk. It goes without saying that I love reading (right now I have huge crushes on Ottessa Moshfegh and Sally Rooney). I also love opera, trash telly and ghost stories.