I am a poet, librettist and filmmaker. I write about post-traumatic stress, mythmaking, chronic illness, queer experience and bats.
I am an alum of The London Library's Emerging Writers Programme, the Barbican Young Poets and the Writing Squad, and won the 2020 Oxford Brookes International Poetry Competition. My pamphlet, He Said I Was a Peach, is published with ignitionpress.  
More about poetry.
My first short, You Look Finewon Best Writer at BFI Future Film Festival and has screened at numerous Academy Award and BAFTA-recognised festivals across Europe. My second film project, The Styx, in development, is supported by Arts Council England.  
More about film.
I am a Britten Pears Young Artist 2023-24. Following our residency at Snape Maltings in October 2023, composer Anna Disley-Simpson and I will premiere our new song cycle at Aldeburgh Festival 2024.
More about libretto.
latest news
I am the current recipient of a Developing Your Creative Practice (DYCP) grant from the Arts Council. 
I am using the fund to shape my first full-length poetry collection, to develop my libretto practice for opera and songtext, and to visit the largest urban bat colony in North America, in Austin, Texas.
A poem of mine was selected for Magma 88: Underworld, and I am reading at the London launch of the issue on 19th April at the Royal Geographical Society, alongside L. Kiew, Fiona Benson, Meryl Pugh and Jemma Borg. More info & tickets.
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