Writing + editing

I’m a proud generalist and have reported on a range of issues and subjects as a freelance journalist with media reporting a particular beat. A selection of my published work is featured below.

Current affairs

Ukrainian refugee students adapt to new lives at EU universitiesEuronews
Breaking news: How the war impacts Ukraine’s independent mediaAl Jazeera
As Putin’s troops attack Donbas, local journalists keep reporting on life and deathReuters Institute for the Study of Journalism (RISJ)
“They are not ‘fixers’. They are journalists”: in the light of the war in Ukraine, three field producers discuss the challenges of their jobRISJ


Why Alzheimer’s hits women harder than menBBC Future
To be human to another human – this is why we nurseThe Guardian
Meet the nurse who will soon perform surgery on patients aloneThe Guardian
Occupational therapist job interview tips: eight questions and answersThe Guardian
The babies banking on donated breast milkPositive News
How tech is disrupting the care industry: Interview with Vida Chief ExecutiveHealthInvestor UK
Doctoring Solutions: Interview with Doctify Chief ExecutiveHealthInvestor UK
Prison break for MitieHealthInvestor UK
Lessons from the Pandemic: COVID-19 and Health-Pharma InvestigationsGlobal Investigative Journalism Network (GIJN)


What solutions journalism can bring to the news media in the Global SouthRISJ
How a group of Nigerian journalists are digitising thousands of old newspapersRISJ
What the COVID-19 pandemic means for freelance journalists in the Global SouthRISJ
The highs and lows of flying solo as a journalist creator in the Global SouthRISJ
How publishers are engaging new audiences on messaging apps in the Global SouthRISJ
“The future of journalism is small, intimate and personal”: an interview with the world’s first sanity correspondentRISJ
This news site is training hundreds of young women in digital journalism to reach remote audiences in news deserts across IndiaRISJ
“I was lucky. Most newsrooms pull women down with work rather than lifting them up” – profile of one of Sierra Leone’s only female newspaper editorsRISJ
The fight for facts in the Global South: how four projects are building a new modelRISJ
From fact-checking to women’s rights: TikTok’s promising rise in the Global SouthRISJ
This fact-checked database helps journalists track how Nigeria tackles maternal mortalityRISJ
How an experienced team of editors trains the next Mexican investigative journalistsRISJ
How mission-driven news sites are betting on reader revenue in Latin AmericaRISJ
How journalism training is changing (and flourishing) in sub-Saharan AfricaRISJ
“It was a leap of faith” – How a respected editor defied threats and hardship to create an independent news site in VenezuelaRISJ
And now for the good news: why the media are taking a positive outlookThe Guardian
How nonprofit newsrooms pioneered in-depth healthcare coverage before the pandemicGIJN
Reporters Shield: New Program Launches to Help Investigative Reporters Tackle LawsuitsGIJN
How Membership Saved Chile’s Investigative Newsroom CIPERGIJN

Business + future of work

Fighting the downfall of the department storeThe Times supplement
Brands get political for good causesThe Times supplement
Employee benefits get personal as the workplace evolvesThe Times supplement
Do firms need a director of happiness?The Times supplement
Millennials: we want mentoring – or we’ll take our skills elsewhereThe Times supplement
Win by default: providers battle to be card of choiceThe Times supplement
Your year as a remote workerThe Times supplement
Five myths about workplace cultureThe Times supplement
How small businesses can defend against cyberattacksThe Week US
Why small businesses have the happiest employeesThe Week US
Podcast: Is the art market a playground for money launderers?AAT Comment
Unrealistic sales targets lead to unethical behavioursAAT Comment
Millennials want to work for employers with a purpose beyond profitAAT Comment


How Climate Change Affects CartographyAtlas Obscura
How to fight fast fashion, by a Filipino social entrepreneurWorld Economic Forum
Bricks and more, ta: recycling entire buildingsPositive News
Tapping water technology to quench world thirstThe Times supplement
CopywritingGlobal Center on Adaptation


A Brief History Of Food Emoji: Why You Won’t Find Hummus On Your PhoneNPR
A book for the beach: Oryx and Crake by Margaret AtwoodThe Guardian


Freelance editor and occasional reporter for the World Economic Forum
Editor of 10 Digital Ladies Career Hacks book