Originally trained in Contemporary Art Practice, I made the transition to Film and Media Studies in 2014. This degree featured diverse written assignments, business modules and multi-media production training; including filming, screenwriting, editing and photography.
As a student, I was an ambassador for the International Exchange Programme. I studied in Ontario for my third year and, at my home campus in Edinburgh, I covered events like International Women's Day with student media teams.
In 2018, I graduated with First Class Honours. My research dissertation explored mixed-race representation in American cinema and wider U.S culture. I'm passionate about people and how different communities could be better represented/respected in the public sphere. Since then, I have self-published my debut novel and ventured into self-employed territory as a writer/creative.
I believe that strong communication - specifically, good story-telling - is a tool that has the power to enhance any situation it is applied to. Building from this, my goal is to amplify my clients' corporate and personal voices with content that is insightful, creative and precisely written.
While writing is my primary medium, I have an enormous appreciation for film and recognise that it is often a rewarding and commercially-attractive way to share a message or vision.