As a freelance journalist with over a decade of experience, I write engaging features, news stories and guides for print and online.
My work covers many different subject areas, which suits my curious mind and love of variety.
I write features for The Telegraph's small business section, Small Business Connect. Published both online and in print, my articles look into the trends, issues and stories of SMEs in the UK via industry research, original interviews and analysis. It's my chance to put the little guys in the limelight and give small businesses the chance to learn from other people's experiences and insight, as well as providing interesting business stories for the everyday reader.
I also write widely about business for other publishers including The Guardian, WOW247, The i and WalesOnline.
I love experiencing different cultures and sharing the best aspects of places I visit.
I write for Lonely Planet, providing features, reviews and guides to Cardiff and the surrounding areas of Wales, Bristol, Bath, Oxford, Brighton and Liverpool. This includes everything from hotels and tourist attractions to speakeasy bars and markets. I also provide similar content for Visit Wales, the Welsh tourist board.
As City Editor at WOW247, Johnston Press' online culture and entertainment outlet, I provided the lowdown on all things Cardiff, from the alternative to the mainstream. This content has also been published by The i.
I have vast experience in writing lifestyle features, covering most of the key sections – food and drink, health and wellbeing, culture (music, art, style, film, fiction), interior design and more.
I regularly write lifestyle guides and reviews for Evening Standard, focusing on tech, gaming and homeware.
My wider portfolio of clients in this sector includes BuzzFeed, Cosmopolitan, Red Magazine, ebay, WalesOnline, WOW247, The i, Vegan Living, Vegan Life and Veganuary.
When it comes to food, I have a particular interest in healthy living, vegetarianism and veganism. I'm always keen to find out about new openings, collaborations, cookbooks and products, as well as trends in wellbeing.