I am an organic grower based in Hackney.  I have worked in a range of roles from growing salad on a small organic site in Stoke Newington for Growing Communities to delivering growing workshops to a variety of audiences throughout London including East London primary schools, community centres and for corporate clients.

I have also been invited to share my growing journey and experiences in talks and workshops for organisations including The Garden Museum, the Royal College of Art and Abergavenny Food Festival.

ARTICLE: The Guardian - I looked at kale, peppers and tomatoes and fell in love’: Gardening’s Young Stars

Before embarking on a career working with food and nature, I was a producer working in documentary and television in New York and London.  I have produced content for the BBC and Channel 4 and with a number of independent production companies including Micro-Documentaries, Thoughtful Robot Productions and Newton Films on documentary projects in all stages of production, short films for non-profits and producing content for national television channels (including BBC, Channel 4 and National Geographic).  

I have run two successful Kickstarter campaigns - raising over $100K for the independent documentary, Almost Sunrise and over £15K for the short documentary, A Love Worth Giving.

I have used my production skills to support a number of non-profit endeavours from producing short films for the child abandonment charity, Child's i Foundation in Kampala, Uganda to the development and implementation of the non-profit, afterschool program, Old School Films.

I have also worked as a Hand Model represented by Hired Hands (info@hiredhandsmodels.com or 020 7267 9212).