Professional Summary

I am a dedicated fashion enthusiast with an interest in the intersection of fashion, digital culture, politics and sustainability. Throughout my career, I have always ensured sustainability remains a focus within my work, from interning at indie magazines as a teen to presenting BRICKS at London Fashion Week as part of the British Fashion Council's 'Positive Fashion' exhibition. I am endlessly inspired by emerging designers, digital innovators and sustainability activists pioneering a new future for the fashion industry in the face of a climate crisis and current global pandemic.

Digital Editor, 2019 - present

I joined the BRICKS team in September 2019 as Editorial Assistant to Tori West, and became Digital Editor in November. In January, I took on the role of redesigning and relaunching our website into a multi-dimensional online platform. In this role, I have overseen the running of the online platform, including writing, editing and commissioning all content, managing brand partnerships and directing editorial shoots for our digital covers.

During my time as editor, I have profiled Florence Given for our first BRICKS Voices digital cover, chatted to Amyl & The Sniffers for the cover of BRICKS Issue #7, and worked on collaborative projects with clients including Dr Martens, Fred Perry, TOMS and PUMA.

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Freelance Writing

Alongside my work for BRICKS, I have written for Stylist, Miista Journal, NOWFashion and Phoenix Magazine. See below to read my latest work or get in touch to discuss freelance projects.

Content Strategy  Writing     Copyediting   Video Editing   Researching  Interviewing   Social Media    Events Content   Social Content Creation 

Work Experience


Editorial Intern, Stylist Magazine

During a one month placement, I assisted the Stylist digital team with creating content and copy for the online publication. I published several articles online and wrote copy for the print publication. Most notably, I supported the Features Editor in interviewing each party leader in the run-up to the 2019 UK election.


Editorial Intern, TANK Magazine

During this placement, I published several articles for Because Magazine including fashion week trend reports, style guides and interviews with designers. Additionally, I assisted the TANK and Because teams with article research, transcribing interviews and image sourcing.


Editorial Intern, PHOENIX Magazine

During my work placement term at university, I interned at Phoenix Magazine for three months. I conducted, transcribed and wrote-up long-form interviews, sourced imagery and provided corresponded copy, and produced social media content using Photoshop, Mailchimp and SproutSocial. Since completing the internship, I have been commissioned on a number of occasions to conduct and write-up long-form interviews, and assisted the team during multiple London Fashion Weeks with their social media coverage and trend reports.




London College of Fashion

I graduated with a First Class Honours Degree in Fashion Journalism in 2019. Throughout my degree, I created portfolios of journalism including news reports, fashion features and investigations in the style of a wide variety of fashion media outlets. Additionally, I attended workshops in Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, Premiere Pro, filming, lighting and sound. For my dissertation, I extensively researched the proliferation of virtual influencers on Instagram and the cultural impact this has on female online identity. For my final project, I created a slow, reflective fashion magazine that combined subverted newspaper design with cutting-edge investigative journalism.


Conde Nast College of Fashion & Design

In 2015 I attended the Miss Vogue Weekend Course, involving seminars in fashion marketing, branding, journalism, public relations, and trend forecasting. I also completed the two-day course by creating and pitching a new teen-focused fashion magazine to Vogue alumni.