I’m a fun-loving, geeky, digital creative with a passion for writing, content creating, digital marketing and presenting.
I previously hosted the BBC’s Doctor Who companion series Doctor Who: The Fan Show, and was part of Doctor Who’s digital marketing team, relaunching the series with Jodie Whittaker as the first female Doctor. After a stint in government comms as a Marketing & Campaigns Manager at the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, I joined deep tech startup Hadean as a Digital Marketing Manager, founded in 2015 to unlock computational bottlenecks and enable the world’s brightest minds to solve critical issues in gaming, life sciences and more.
I write regular cosplay features for Doctor Who Magazine and am a member of their Time Team panel. In 2017, I contributed cosplay tips to Doctor Who: Paper Dolls for BBC Books. In 2018, BBC Books published Doctor Who: The Women Who Lived, Amazing Tales for Future Time Lords, a beautifully illustrated collection of inspiring tales of the women of Doctor Who, written by myself and Simon Guerrier.
I’m a proud member of the LGBTQ+ community, Karate practitioner and care leaver.
The Women Who Lived: Amazing Tales for Future Time Lords
Scientists and soldiers, queens and canteen workers, women from outlandish science-fiction and those steeped in real history, they don’t let anything hold them back...
Last September, BBC Books published Doctor Who: The Women Who Lived, a beautifully illustrated collection of inspiring tales of the women of Doctor Who written by myself and Simon Guerrier. It was the first official book published to accompany the new series, celebrating Jodie Whittaker’s debut as the Thirteenth Doctor.