I'm an award-winning journalist and writer.
I am a talented writer with experience in a variety of fields. I have been involved in journalism since I was teenager and writing is my passion. I have a huge wealth of experience and have reported on many different subjects in a variety of styles.
I started my journalism career in local newspapers before transitioning to writing and producing for a global audience during my time at the BBC. I have authored many creative pieces, worked overseas, and have taken on many beats and specialisms.
What’s it like when your job involves wading through others’ suffering? I was left weeping and hopeless
Psychologists call it ‘vicarious trauma’ – the result of witnessing too much misery, even if you’re not experiencing it first hand. And it can affect anyone, from war correspondents to legal professionals and interpreters