I have been writing and publishing for over five years, for a wide variety of audiences and in different settings.
I started blogging in the run-up to starting my studies at the University of Oxford, and studied History of Art BA. I loved the opportunity studying at Oxford gave me to hone my writing skills, producing numerous essays on a week-in-week-out basis. My hardwork and dedication to the quality of my writing earned me numerous prizes during my studies, including the Reaktion Book Award, and the Gibb’s Prize, awarded to the student achieving the highest marks.
Following my undergraduate studies, I was lucky enough to progress to an MPhil at the University of Cambridge. Writing long, thoroughly-researched essays was great fun, and I also had the chance to write papers and attend conferences, helping me discover writing for different audiences.
During my academic studies I pursued writing whenever I could, publishing pieces in newspapers, journals, and magazines. Since graduating I have been able to gain invaluable experience, writing, editing, and proofing publications for several Oxford Colleges, as well as creating diverse content such as donor stewardship materials, social media campaigns, and newsletters. Being able to adapt to different audiences is something I pride myself on, and I find it extremely satisfying to bring my characteristic professionalism, precision, and eloquence to varied and broad topics.