I am an entertainment journalist, DJ and firm believer in multitasking. I'm a Londoner at heart, but have upped sticks and moved to the Cambridgeshire countryside, where I juggle freelance jobs with Time Out London, the Guardian Guide, O2 and others (see In Print) and edit the blog, music and what's happening sections at quarterly cultural magazine Jewish Renaissance. Before this I spent four years at Time Out London, primarily on the music and books sections. Want to know more? Check out my CV. Want to commission me? Get in touch…

I have been DJ-ing since 2012, when I started my own club night, For The Love Of Mic, with fellow Time Outer Alexi Duggins. This ran monthly for almost three years, first in King's Cross, then Angel and finally at Concrete in Shoreditch. I've also had the pleasure of DJing at The Shard, Cutty Sark, In The Woods and the odd wedding.

Asides from working, you'll find me running, bargain hunting, reading my way through the history of fiction and hanging out with my dog Paul Simon (@paulsimonthedog on Insta, naturally).