My writing covers topics including fashion (particularly sustainability), feminism, family, culture, literature, mental health and body image. I am currently junior editor of Violet magazine.
I won the Vogue Talent Contest for young writers in 2011 at age 16, and have since contributed several articles to British Vogue and one to Vogue.co.uk. My writing has been published on websites including The Guardian, Vagenda and Eco-Age as well as in other print magazines such as Teen Tatler, Lionheart and Apartamento. I have contributed to both The Oxfam Blog and All Walks Beyond the Catwalk (all links at the bottom of the page). I am happy to write to commission on a wide variety of subjects. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if interested.
I also work in other forms, including fiction, poetry and plays. I won the 2013 Hippocrates Poetry Prize for Young Poets (an international contest bringing together poetry and medicine), with the award sponsored by NAWE. I co-wrote a play titled 'The Man who Turned into a Sofa' broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in September 2014, in which I also performed.
In 2013 I was named as one of the 'h.Club 100' (in association with Guardian Culture Professionals Network) most innovative and influential people in the creative industries, in the Publishing and Writing category.
I am represented by Diana Beaumont at the Rupert Heath Literary Agency.
As a speaker I'm represented by Hire Intelligence.
My first non-fiction title for teenagers and young women will be published by Hachette (Wayland division) in 2015.
In Print Articles
Two page article in British Vogue May 2013 on perfume as a rite of passage.
Three page article in British Vogue March 2013 on scoliosis, spinal surgery and body image.
Winner of Vogue Talent Contest 2011 (also see Vogue.com)
Two written pieces in Violet Book 2014
Teen Tatler 2014
Various articles for Lionheart Magazine (Issues 1 - 3)