I’m an audio producer based in London. Right now I work part time as a staff producer in the factual audio team at Somethin’ Else, producing narrative podcast series. And I work part time at VICE UK on VENT – a project for Brent 2020, London Borough of Culture – where we’re making a weekly podcast and a whole load of documentaries, all with young people from Brent.
I’ve worked on documentaries and podcasts for clients like BBC Radio 3, BBC Radio 4, VICE, Tate, Ryanair, Scottee and Doc Society. I co-produced the BBC Sounds series ‘NB‘, which aimed to ‘dismantle the gender binary, one big question at a time’. I’ve worked with the Gate Theatre‘s young company to teach audio workshops and support their oral history project in Notting Hill, and taught podcasting workshops for the Content Marketing Association, London Podcast Festival and others.
You can hear some of my work over on SoundCloud or by looking through the posts on the homepage of this site.
When I can find the time, I have a podcast of my own called The Boy Who Hasn’t Lived. Like all good podcasts, it’s about Harry Potter.
I studied the MA Radio course at Goldsmiths, 2017-18.
Some things I’m doing right now
- Working on a bunch of podcasts and audio documentaries with young people from Brent, as part of an awesome collaboration between VICE and Brent Council for the London Borough of Culture programme for 2020
- Working on a new BBC Sounds podcast series about how queers have kids and make family – coming out in May!
- Being part of the organising team for Multitrack, a new audio producer fellowship aimed at supporting emerging producers from underrepresented backgrounds to get a break into the radio and podcasting industry
I freakin’ love audio, ugh. I want everyone to discover the joy of listening to audio stories, and I want everyone who might enjoy making audio stories to have the chance to do it.
So I am very into helping other people learn how to make their own audio projects. And I like working on things that feel meaningful in some way – maybe because they’re fascinating or joyous, or they help us understand the world better, or they’re connected to the arts or culture sectors.
Ideally I want to work on projects that make the world better somehow. I think that can mean lots of different things, but we all kind of know it when we see it.
My pronouns are he/him. I encourage you to ask other people their pronouns when you meet!