I'm a queer, disabled writer living in Edinburgh. I write fiction and creative non-fiction essays for print and digital publications, and I've recently completed an own-voice, contemporary Young Adult novel about love, family and finding yourself.
I write about things I care about; mental health and illness, disability and diversity.
My novel, Fractal, has received a notable mention from the Write Mentor Children's Novel Award 2019; and in 2018 I was selected as a runner-up for the Jericho-Marjacq Bursary for Under-Represented Voices; and sponsored to join Breakthrough Writers' Bootcamp.
Writing has always been a part of my life and work, and I've donned many hats: I've been a a reader for a children's literary agent; a bookseller; and a freelance marketing executive for a publishing organisation.
I also have an honors degree in Biomedical Science.