Like everyone who would put a page on their website about it, I am passionate about the very specific act of ‘storytelling’. Here are a few examples of what that looks like for me.



I use my LinkedIn as a blog about trends and updates relating to social media and young people, after moving from my university blog. I’ve also written for Emerald Street and Elephant Journal about digital addictions.


From short-form witty tweets for brands like Baileys and Virgin Trains, to longer-form B2B website projects for iQ student housing and Breezie software, I’m confident creating distinct brand voices and aligning my words with those personalities.


I’ve written several pilots and features which are in various stages of development with some incredible production companies. I’m also working towards finishing my first novel. A non-fiction book based on my Stop Scrolling challenge is also in the works (represented by Amanda Annis at Trident Media Group). I’ve had short stories awarded and published by Bartleby Snopes and commended by Retreat West.