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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.