I grew up in Oxford, and have been based in Berlin since 2016, the same year my first story was published in the Oxford Failed Novelists Society's 'Failed Anthology'. Since then, my fiction has appeared: in (mic)ro(mic), Flash Flood, Bending Genres, Riggwelter, Writers Resist, Nightingale & Sparrow and [kon] paper, and I won a DAAD prize for creative writing in German. In Berlin, I have run an informal writing group, taken writing courses at The Reader and performed at various spoken word/poetry events. Most recently, I was commissioned to write a sci-fi short story for Edgeryders, and had another story shortlisted for the Hammond House International Literary Prize 2022.
By day, I work in communications here, and compete for the shower with quite a lot of other people here. Otherwise, I can be found singing choral music, searching for the perfect full English breakfast, (still) moaning about Brexit or exploring abandoned buildings.
I'm currently trying to finish a novel.