I produce documentaries, facilitate workshops, offer consultancy and am part of Bristol Experimental Expanded Film (BEEF). I’m also the ‘tap’ of Tap Sew (a tap dance-sewing machine duo).

I’m currently freelance, frequenting the airwaves of BBC Radio 4 (documentaries, Great Lives, A Good Read), Tate podcasts and commissions. Previously I lived in Hanoi, Vietnam, where I ran the speakeasy-music venue CAMA ATK. We hosted Awesome Tapes From Africa, Mykki Blanco, Based on Kyoto, a Gudrun Gut women-into-production workshop, a Vincent Moon film seminar and much more. I also helped to run two annual ASEAN Pride festivals focussing on South East Asian music and raising awareness of LGBTQ+ rights.

In Vietnam, myself and Fabiola Buchele set up the first localised podcast, The Renovation Generation, and together have produced radio documentaries for ABC in Australia.

I started my radio career as Assistant Producer on Jamie Cullum’s Jazz Show (Folded Wing for BBC Radio 2), and produced documentaries aged 21 on Gil Scott-Heron and Aaliyah (BBC 1Xtra). I also produced Fireside Chats and Headphone Highlights for RBMA Radio, weekly shows Field Day Radio and podcasts for the National Portrait Gallery, Sound Women, TED X and more.

I enjoy writing about music and culture and continue to organise events. I’ve been published in The Wire, The Huffington Post and & of Other Things, and am one of the Bristol team of In The Dark.