Dial Down the Feminism

I recently went viral, which was nice. 

Credit to Matt Gentile of Icon Deposit for the mock up featured below. 

The piece was 'trending' on Twitter, and featured in Newsweek, TIME MagazineThe Guardian and Dazed. Find out more in Press.  If you're looking to get a print, please visit the Shop section.


I am a twenty-three year old Copywriter/Creative. 

I like to create Miss Piggy videos inspired by Taylor Swift, NHS propaganda posters, and write about How I Ate Nothing But Cake and Almost Doubled My Weight. 

There's a Getty image of me on the tube in my underwear.

I’m most impressive in person.



In 2017 I started a Foundation Diploma in Art & Design and was one of the nineteen creatives selected for D&AD's New Blood Shift London.

In 2016 a comment I made on the Humans of New York Facebook page got me 18,000 likes (it seemed a lot at the time). I also compared being the daughter of two librarians to having parents in the hustling game. 

In 2015 I worked and lived in Australia, completing three months of farm work and attending the Australian Gnome Convention.

In 2014 I was part of the National Theatre's Young Studio: Season 6 and the Burn After Reading Poetry Collective.

In 2013 I was part of the National Theatre’s ‘New Views’ playwriting programme, and acted as an ambassador for the Southbank Centre’s Women of the World festival. I spoke on the panel 'The F Word: Young People and Feminism'.

From 2011-2012 I was a Barbican Poet, and from 2010-2014 I was an Editor for Spinebreakers, Penguin Books' online community for teenagers.