I'm a multi-award winning journalist, with a decade's experience writing for some of the world's largest print and digital publications.
I specialise in women's rights and international human-interest features - consistently finding new angles, and communicating difficult stories with accuracy and empathy.
I've recently reported from Bangladesh, Iraq, Cambodia, Nepal, Brazil, Sri Lanka, Armenia, Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Benin, Laos and India, and I'm passionate about creating shareable, longform content that readers can relate to.
I'll also do whatever it takes to find the best story possible. I've reported from the frontline of the Mosul Offensive and documented the final weeks of the Marawi Siege in the Phillipines. I've spent seven months documenting life inside Bangladeshi brothel villages, and many weeks covering reproductive healthcare high up in the Nepali Himalayas. And I once interviewed Taylor Swift from inside a wardrobe.
I am a Contributing Reporter for the Fuller Project's 2018 Global Reporting Team and a Mentor for the Coalition of Women In Journalism. In 2017, I was awarded an EJC Innovation Grant, and launched the project Crying Hunger - investigating the link between malnutrition and teenage pregnancy in South East Asia. I have won both PPA and BSME Awards, and been shortlisted by One World Media Awards, Amnesty Media Awards, UNHCR Women On The Move Awards, AIDex Humanitarian and Development Awards and more.
I have contributed to publications including The Guardian, Marie Claire, Esquire, ELLE, The Sunday Times, The Telegraph, News Deeply, COSMOPOLITAN, Grazia, Stylist and Tatler. I was also a former Acting Features Director at both Stylist and Marie Claire, and Features and Entertainment Editor at LOOK.