During my undergraduate studies at Oxford University, my love of writing grew exponentially into a passion for literature, non-fiction and academic research.
My literary output now ranges from short stories, to journalistic and non-fictional research endeavours. I additionally work in an editorial capacity, formatting press-releases, E-books and academic papers for a range of clients.
My writing has been quoted in The Guardian, and frequently published in the Oxford Culture Review, 'What's The Scene,' and Gigabite Music Reviews (of which I am also Founder and Editor-in-Chief.)
For business enquiries or to view my portfolio, please don't hesitate to get in touch.
I created Gigabite Music in 2016 as a virtual space to explore, discuss and promote live music. The publication is committed to honest, thought-provoking reviews of performances, and interviews with the artists. By discussing music of all genres in one central forum, we hope break down the stigmatic barriers between classical and non-classical music.
Our key objectives are: (1) to generate positive exposure for the arts in modern day society; and (2) to provide a platform of support for new and exceptional musical talent.