Achieved a 1st for Honours dissertation in Social Anthropology:
In Search of Something Else (2012) – an ethnography of contemporary ghost tourism in secular Scottish society.
Currently employed by an education sector non-profit, contributing reportage, editorial and advertorial articles for the organisation’s webpage and wider press.
Covered the Stripped comic festival with reportage and editorial articles as part of Edinburgh’s 2014 Book Festival on behalf of Writer Pictures.
Published author of sci-fi and historical fiction short stories, in addition to self-published graphic fiction spanning 8 years.
Prolific writer of TTG campaigns.
Writer/Director of The Ratsinger – staged by Theatre Paradok at the 2011 Edinburgh Fringe.
Creative/Editorial Consultant on The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then the Bigfoot (2018).
Over a decade of experience as a freelance proofreader & copy editor – including fiction, non-fiction, educational materials, academic papers, reportage, anthologies, comic and stage scripts, and screenplays.
Small press publisher of two collaborative art calendars in partnership with Countershot Press, and short graphic fiction anthology We Don’t Go There At Night.