I am a British-born New Zealander who has carved out a career as a writer, presenter and publicist. After graduating from the University of Lincoln in 2005 earning a BA (Hons) in Journalism, I moved to Aotearoa (New Zealand) where I spent almost a decade honing his skills as a writer for a variety of publications including Vice, The Groove Guide and Rip It Up. I also presented on a variety of radio slots in Auckland and worked as a publicist for a theatre and arts PR company in the city. I returned to the United Kingdom and joined Nationalworld as an SEO and Trends writer. My focus was on human interest pieces that explored the more unusual aspects of life. I later moved to Peopleworld, where I currently write about film, television, music and popular culture. I also have written a number of articles regarding the royal family including the impending coronation of King Charles III. When I’m not writing, I indulge his passion for film, particularly the more 'odd' side of cinema. I also enjoy playing video games, although admittedly I should probably cut down on this hobby. If pressed for an answer, I would say that Civilization VI is the best game I’ve ever played… so far.