Audio Producer

Shows We Loved 2022

I’m so so proud to say that my little independent podcast – Fear of Missing Out – was selected as one of just five of Apple Podcasts’ ‘Shows We Loved 2022’! It’s such an honour to be recognised in this way. If you’ve not listened yet, all the info you need is here: Also, […]

Fear of Missing Out

Listen to FOMO! Fear of Missing Out is a documentary series presented by young people living in the UK, about the bits of British History that people aren’t talking about enough. Over 6 episodes, FOMO delves into the history of British Colonialism, media reporting of queer communities, The Police, segregated education in Northern Ireland, British […]


Boldface is a multi-media Community Interest Company that works with community groups to produce audio, art and film. I founded and run Boldface with artist Izzy Yon. Recent Projects: Down the Rabbit Hole Our Justice Our Justice is a mini-series of true stories and conversations co-produced by young people with experience of the Scottish Justice […]

Down the Rabbit Hole

Down the Rabbit Hole is an audio storytelling project that I designed, facilitated and produced in collaboration with Women in Prison and The Empathy Museum, working with three incredible women – Rita, Elizabeth and Angel – who access services at The Beth Centre in Lambeth. This was a project I ran through Boldface. I ran […]

Short Cuts – BBCR4

I’ve been lucky enough to make four mini-documentaries on BBC Radio 4’s Short Cuts. Look Cool Be Gayfeatures one of my very best friends, Sylwia, talking about their personal journey into accepting their queerness. Here’s a link to the full episode. It’s about leaning into the grey, not having an answer for everything, and the […]


I’ve designed and run workshops and training courses for HearSay Audio Arts Festival, Somerset House, Alphabet Radio, Serpentine Galleries, Metroland Cultures, UEA Southbank, Kings Maths School, VICE, RTM FM, The Brixton Project and more. Topics have included: co-producing with young people, interviewing, scripting, structure, editing, using recorders, and pitching. Here are some workshops I’ve run […]

The Unfiltered History Tour

The Unfiltered History Tour is an unofficial guide to the looted artefacts of the British Museum, told by people from the communities the objects were taken from. The Unfiltered History Tour won the Radio and Audio Grand Prix at the Cannes Lions 2022. Read our reviews in The Guardian , The White Pube, Podcast The […]

No Ball Games – BBCR4

November 2021 marks the 100 year anniversary of Britain’s largest council estate: Becontree, in Barking and Dagenham, East London. Listen to No Ball Games. Beth Clayton and Steve Urquhart had the idea for a documentary marking the centenary that was presented by three people currently living in Becontree. They were looking for a producer who […]


VENT Documentaries was voted Podcast of the Year at the British Podcast Awards! I am so, so proud of all of our young presenters, and the amazing VENT Production team. They even gave us a billboard in Old Street! This is me jumping for joy: VENT Documentaries also won Smartest Podcast and Best Documentary (‘Problem […]


VENT is an award winning podcasting collaboration between VICE UK and Brent 2020, London Borough of culture. Across 1 year, 2 streams, and just under 100 podcasts in total, VENT saw VICE handing over the megaphone of its global platform to the local young people of a single London borough, who tell the stories they […]

safe + sound

The only time I get in front of the mic is for safe + sound – a bi-monthly open mic on Resonance FM, which I present and produce with my audio partner in crime, Katie Callin. Every episode we pick a theme, then invite anyone who wants to submit literally any audio they want as […]


I was interviewed by the amazing Phoebe and Redzi for their podcast Telling Stories! You can listen below: Telling Stories also featured my Sound Hug challenge at the end of Sarah Cuddon’s episode: Sarah is amazing, so would recommend listening to the whole thing:


This was a very dreamy job. I got to (virtually) hang out with Nick Cave and Warren Ellis, producing a conversation between them for the physical release of their new album: CARNAGE. I am a huge fan of Nick and Warren. They were both very funny and very nice to me, and it was a […]

Brenda, AKA Lady Unchained, at ther home in Plumstead, East London. 16/1/20. Photo Tom Pilston.


Listen to Unchained. Two government reports over the last 12 years have definitively concluded that short term custodial sentences for women aren’t working, but the number of women serving them in the UK is rising. I produced this documentary with my incredible friend, Brenda Birungi – AKA Poet Lady Unchained. We interviewed four women with […]


From 6pm 13.06.20 to 6pm 14.06.20 I spent 24 hrs with my pal and collaborator Arlie Adlington racing to make 4 mins of radio for KCRW‘s Radio Race. The theme was time-warp and we decided to spend the night cycling round London searching for our future selves, and thinking about what being queer means for […]


I’m part of the team of Alphabet Radio: a pop up queer radio station started in lockdown. Alphabet’s Intro to Audio Course I designed and delivered a 10 week training course for LGBTQ+ people who are interested in getting into audio production and presenting. The course ran from March – May 2021. The course was […]


4 femxle & non-binary artists from Somerset House’s Amplify Residency reflect on the role of technology in digital art, electronic music, and beyond. This was a very fun show to produce. I spent a couple days running around the strange secret tunnels of Somerset House during this residency, recording interviews and live performances by these incredible […]


I produced 3 seasons of The Serpentine Podcast: On Work, On General Ecology, and Guest, Ghost, Host: Machine! This is my favourite episode that I produced, from the General Ecology series: I took each series as an opportunity to evaluate what went well and what needed changing, to really refine the unique style of the […]


I got to work with the amazing Jennifer Higgie from Frieze on her new podcast series: Bow Down. It profiles womxn in art history who have been overlooked. I co-produced the first season with Ant Adeane – this is my fave episode:


I produced stories for The Empathy Museum’s A Mile in My Shoes. Fee and Brian were part of a Brexit Special exhibition at the Mayor of London’s City Hall in September 2019, and Minoo was for a collaboration between Choose Love & Empathy Museum platforming the stories of refugees. Listen here:


A three-part series for the Prison Radio Association’s National Prison Radio, on alternatives to custody for women in the UK, set in Brighton, Manchester and Gloucester, and presented by Brenda Birungi. Brenda and I travelled across the UK to three Women’s Centres to make this series for NPR. It was broadcast within prisons, aimed at […]


I was part of a team that produced a 4 hour live radio broadcast all about London at night for the Museum of London, October 2018. I also sneaked in a lil pre-recorded series into the mix, where I spent many an evening sitting on night buses with people who work in London at night. […]


I was part of a team of producers making both live and pre-recorded shows for Radio ASSEMBLY – a pop up radio station commissioned by Somerset House Studios. 48 hours straight hours of experimental music and great chat. Here are some of my show highlights:


I really love opportunities to support other people to make radio who haven’t before. I was able to run group and one on one workshops to support Thamesmead residents to plan and make pre-recorded and live programmes for their new community radio station Radio Thamesmeade in collaboration with TACO. It was slick.


I produced programme for Resonance FM & Now Then Podcast about The Albany’s Meet Me At programme: A day with poets and singers who are over 60s from Deptford.


This is the first ever podcast I made – sharing the stories of people over 70 years old, told in their own words. I actually have 8 more episodes of this, sharing the stories of some truly amazing people that I haven’t had time to finish editing, so watch this space… In the meantime, you […]


The way I got into audio was through oral history. It’s a way of democratising how certain histories are remembered. When I was living in Glasgow, I started the Settled in Glasgow Oral History Archive – it’s a collection of memories of Glaswegians who were born outside the UK. I also ended up co-curating an […]


I produced a 5 part series for Mental Health Awareness Week for the organisation This Can Happen, platforming people working to change the face of mental health in the workplace. They are on this page but are unfortunately behind a paywall so you’re going to have to be pretty keen if you want to hear […]


I produced a couple episodes The Rough Guide to Everywhere: a travel podcast that takes you out of the guidebook and into the wild. Metaphorically speaking – I did not get to travel to any of these places but, you know, chatting about them on the phone is also fun.


Before I started producing things, I got to work on some really great radio programmes as a researcher and AP for BBC Radio 4, BBC Radio 3 and BBC World Service. Here’s a small list for your perusal: New Weird Britain The Alternative History of Art  Breakfast with the Disruptors Select / Copy / Paste […]


I worked for a brief while at the Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants, who do amazing work. While I was there, I was already obsessed with audio, so I tried to make them a podcast raising awareness of discrimination caused by the Right to Rent Scheme.