I make films, audio and sometimes I write – usually about science.

Most of my time is spent presenting radio documentaries for CrowdScience on the BBC World Service. I’m also a freelance science reporter, I work on corporate projects and conferences, I write scripts and storyboards, I consult and I teach science communication.

I’ve previously worked for the Royal Institution, filming live events and making short films for YouTube (which tended to involve setting things on fire). And I started out as a multimedia producer for the Microbiology Society, where I produced their podcast, and made films about the tiniest organisms on earth.

Before that, I graduated from Cambridge University in 2013 with a degree in Neuroscience.
While I was there, I fell in love with student radio, so I ditched my career as a scientist and did an MSc in Science Media Production at Imperial.

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