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, mostly frequenting the airwaves of BBC Radio 4 (Great Lives, A Good Read), Tate podcasts. 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 females-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 also enjoy writing about music and culture. I’ve been published in The Wire, The Huffington Post and & of Other Things.