I’m an investigative journalist working in broadcast and print media.

I’ve worked as a researcher and assistant producer at the BBC; for Panorama, Newsnight, This World and on a variety of special documentaries for BBC2 and BBC3.

I co-produced Syria’s Disappeared: The Case Against Assad with the director Sara Afshar for Afshar Films. The film was broadcast on Channel 4 in 2017, nominated for a BAFTA and won Investigation of the Year at the British Journalism Awards.

As a freelance writer, I've written for the Guardian, Times, Independent and Telegraph and for a variety of magazines including Prospect, New Humanist, New Statesman, The Idler, Resurgence & Ecologist, and Countryfile.

I co-produced Rivercide, a live investigative documentary streamed in 2021, presented by George Monbiot and directed by Franny Armstrong, about the shockingly polluted state of Britain's rivers and what we can do to clean them up.

I co-founded the Not Morning Sickness campaign with fellow campaigner Charlotte Howden. We're calling for people to stop saying 'morning sickness' and use 'pregnancy sickness' instead.

I also take on bespoke research commissions for dramatists working in theatre and television.

I was a founding member of Dumbshow Theatre.

I'm a trustee of Friends of the River Wye.