Appointed editor of Kinfolk magazine.
Hosted a Dream Jobs discussion panel at the FT Weekend Festival.
Published in The Life of a Song book, available to purchase here:
Became a mentor for The Second Source.
Wrote a series of columns for the FT on feminism in popular culture.
Became host of the Southbank Centre podcast Think Aloud.
Acting TV and radio critic for the FT.
Wrote about bodybuilding vegans for 1843 magazine.
Worked with Courier magazine on redesigning editorial flow.
Acting podcast reviewer for the FT.
Travelled to India to interview Howard Hodgkin. Hodgkin died shortly after my visit, and I wrote up our conversation for the FT as his final interview.
Travelled to Lebanon to write my first profile for the Financial Times' magazine, about musician and LGBTQ icon Hamed Sinno.
Wrote my first cover story for Financial Times' Life & Arts, about how artists' estates have become big business.
First year covering Latitude Festival for the Financial Times.
Co-founded the podcast blog On This Week's Episode, which published weekly reviews and news for six months and picked up mentions in outlets including Vox and The Bello Collective.
Left my position in Cambodia as deputy editor of the Phnom Penh Post's weekend paper, and moved back to the UK.