In the field in Balule Nature Reserve, South Africa, with the Black Mambas, the world’s first all-female anti-poaching unit.
Photo: Maurizio Martorana
A little about me
After 10 years as Editorial Manager at international development charity ActionAid, in 2013 I took the plunge and went freelance.
It was a good decision. I have since built up my own successful business as a copywriter and editor, taking on a wide variety of charity and corporate clients.
My passion for the people and places I encountered on my travels with ActionAid also led me to a new career as a freelance journalist, exploring the amazing things happening in developing countries every single day.
Although originally from Scotland, I am currently based in Stamford, and work between here and London when I’m not travelling.
I’m always happy to discuss ideas, projects, commissions, potential collaborations and much more, so just drop me a line if you’d like to know more.