I am a freelance journalist based in London who specialises in the environment, animals, nature, wildlife, the outdoors and parenting.
My work has appeared in Love Nature, Conservation Careers, Save Our Souls, Woman’s World and Cat World. I have covered topics such as rewilding, ash dieback, urban wildlife, Black Cat Month and how to reconnect children with the natural world.
In 2015 and 2016 I was the Communications Coordinator for The Tree Council, the UK’s lead charity for trees and a coalition of UK bodies with an interest in trees. My role involved writing the charity’s newsletters, web stories and press releases, as well as technical updates for its trained volunteer Tree Wardens. As a result, I have a lot of knowledge regarding trees, as well as access to experts from across the world of arboriculture.
Prior to going freelance I worked for many years as a staff writer, assistant editor and editor at Communications International Group, a leading publishing company for the healthcare industry.
I have a degree in philosophy from the University of Southampton and a diploma in magazine journalism from Highbury College, Portsmouth.
I am available for commissions to write news, features and web content. For examples of my published work, take a look at my portfolio and if you would like to discuss a writing project with me, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or contact me via Twitter.