I live in London and work for the BBC in TV and iPlayer, where everyday I am expanding my web, editorial and social media repertoire. I have to mention here what is posted here on my blog are my own opinions and are not in anyway those of the BBC. I graduated with a BA in Visual culture degree at Brighton University. Post graduation I moved to London for two month creative traineeship with BBC Blast, working on their website.
I am also a reviewer and blogger for other websites, such as reviewing films for The 405 and festivals for eFestivals. I occasionally write about Technology for The Huffington Post, and have also previously written posts for Feminist Jumble, Red Bull Music Studios, BitchBuzz, Litro Magazine, Narvi Media Blog, and Brighton Journalist Works. My writings have previously been quoted in The Guardian, and The Independent.
My personal blog is where I document my interests, learnings, workings, creative eye-candy & going-ons, as well as occational feminist musings. In my spare time – which I seem to get less of as I get older; I like to go out dancing to very loud electronica, cook comfort food in gigantic proportions; make crafty things, take lots of creative Kodak moments; philosophise about anything and everything with my friends, rearrange words about visual trinkets; dribble over the design in independent magazines and plot how I am going to take over the world of media. Social style.