I’m an Emmy-nominated and duPont Columbia award-winning journalist and filmmaker. I regularly report on Channel 4’s critically acclaimed foreign affairs series Unreported World and their flagship show Dispatches. My work has taken me from the Ebola Zone in Sierra Leone to Iran where I reported on the country’s first ever Islamic online dating institute.
When I’m not in front of the camera for Channel 4, I’m producing and directing for other outlets, most notably David Beckham: For the Love of the Game which aired on BBC1. I also regularly produce debates alongside the World Economic Forum in Davos.
In 2015 I was invited to speak at a TEDx event in London where I recounted my experience as the first filmmaker on the ground in West Africa to document the Ebola epidemic.
Before chasing my journalism dream, I trained as an accountant with KPMG in Dublin.
duPont Columbia Award winner 2016 for ‘Ebola Outbreak’
Emmy nomination in 2015 for ‘Ebola Outbreak’
Long listed in New Voice Award category in 2016
“In this unsettling documentary, an undercover campaigner is told by a psychiatrist in China that cold showers, jogging and electric shock therapy can ‘correct’ homosexuality”
China’s Gay Shock Therapy reviewed in the Guardian
I’m an experienced and enthusiastic speaker. I was fortunate enough to be invited to speak at TEDx Women and since then I’ve moderated and spoken on various different occasions including the national youth forum of South Korea, Chatham House, Amnesty International’s student media summit and Accenture where I spoke about gender equality.
Head of Legal for Marks & Spencer