I’ve published in print in Frieze, Open City Docs’ non-fiction film journalArt QuarterlyRA, and Pylot.

An essay of mine exploring the queer pastoral elements of Derek Jarman and Claude Cahun’s respective bodies of work was published in the anthology STIM.

I’ve also published online with Fortified GazetteGirls On Tops, chillin.world Restless, and Somerset House’s SUBSTRAND.

I was shortlisted for Penguin WriteNow and was longlisted for the London Library’s Writer in Residency programme and the Fitzcarraldo essay prize.

When I was furloughed, I undertook a postgraduate degree in Creative Writing at Royal Holloway where I was an English Scholar. I was awarded my MA (distinction) in 2022.

Photograph of the last paragraph of a review of 'A handful of dust' at the Whitechapel Gallery reading '...The Large Glass (1915-23), captured  as a work-in-progress after being deliberately left to gather dust. The result, resembling a large aerial photograph, was first published with the caption 'view from an aeroplane', before it was eventually titles Elevage de poussier (dustbreeding). Duchamp is, of course, well known for elevating everyday objects into art, and what could be more eveyday than the smog, the shed skin and the frayed fabric that comprises dust?

Creative content

Alongside writing for web, web editing, and content design, I work with designers and video producers to produce and edit content for a range of audiences from curious children to art world acolytes.

  • RA X Assemble Play play pack
  • RA: How-tos: Step-by-step art activities for children and their grown-ups.
  • Artangel Advent calendar: 1 fox in the National Portrait Gallery, 2 giant sheets of latex in Westminster Hall, 3 sites of water in Toledo etc.
  • Art Fund’s Curator of the month: rob dingle, hannah firth, olivia ahmad, sophie williamson etc.
  • Whitechapel Gallery’s Francis Bacon Map: To coincide with James Richards’ selection from the V-A-C collection, I created this map that people used to find out about Francis Bacon’s life in London.

Sensitivity reading

I read and assess manuscripts for authors, publishing houses, and small presses so as to help eliminate stereotypes, bias, potentially harmful content, and false information or inaccuracy.

Cornelius was the sensitivity reader for me for my last published collection of essays, Vesper Flights. Their combination of fine critical acumen and deep emotional integrity made them the obvious choice for this role. They are an exceptional writer, deeply informed and in possession of a wide-ranging, incisive intellect. They are also a phenomenal reader, with a keen eye for style and a capacity for teasing out the complex ramifications of analytic arguments. Our communications were exceptionally clear, and they worked with rapidity and grace under pressure. The whole experience of working with Cornelius on this project was a delight, and I commend them to you wholeheartedly.


I was fortunate to have Cornelius work as the sensitivity reader on my novel The Moonday Letters (Titan Books, 2022). They helped me refine the portrayal of a non-binary character whose role is central in the story. I found Cornelius’s report to be comprehensive and insightful, written with excellent editorial eye for detail. I was also impressed with their expertise and well-argued suggestions on how the manuscript might be improved. I have no doubt that Cornelius’s comments helped me make The Moonday Letters a better book, and I would recommend them to any colleague without reservation.


Cornelius provided a sensitivity report from me for a children’s novel, and their work was truly exemplary: hugely insightful, intelligent, and clear. Their report contextualised and provided background for several important themes and areas of the text, and their suggestions and critical analysis were thoughtful, helpful, and diplomatic. The book was greatly improved for Cornelius’ efforts, and I remain enormously grateful for the great level of care their work demonstrated. I very much hope to have the chance to work together again one day, and in the meantime I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend them.



From drupal to django, from Wrike to Trello, I’m a skilled digital project coordinator, content editor, and content designer. I’ve worked on digital transformation projects, content migration projects, style guides, and more.

Content editing: Arts Emergency and South London Gallery new websites

Assisted the communications teams, directors, and web developers with the launch of new websites.

  • Edited and migrated existing content
  • Wrote and built new content
  • Produced style guides
  • Implemented project management systems

Arts Emergency new website

It was a joy collaborating with Cornelius on the relaunch of the Arts Emergency website and brand. During an extremely busy period it was reassuring to work with someone so organised and proactive. Our communication throughout the project was friendly and focussed, they also shared insightful ideas and feedback which helped refine our copy and brand guidelines. Beyond the website and brand launch, Cornelius’ impact is felt every day in the way that we now manage website updates and digital content planning. I can’t recommend working with Cornelius enough!


Barnardo’s: Content editing (digital transformation)

Working as part of an Agile team, my role involved writing and editing content across the organisation, from the CEO to care and case workers. It also involved:

  • Conducting and writing interviews with key stakeholders across the organisation
  • Pair-writing, ghostwriting, and writing-writing web content, blog posts, and articles both for internal and external publication
  • Attending and contributing to stand-ups, as well as regular editorial and team meetings, and away days
  • Co-creating and ensuring adherence to a web and blog style guide

Cornelius was an excellent addition to our Capability and Engagement team. Working within digital internal comms, and with our development, design and research teams they delivered comms for our digital transformation, as well as more public posts on the work Barnardo’s was doing with service design and vulnerable children and young people. They have a beautiful flair for the written word with strong attention to detail and were always a good team player when it came to editing and critiquing others’ work. They were curious, knowledgeable and always thoughtful in their work.

Sarah Carter, Talent Witch Ltd

Artangel: Web editor

I helped translate what Artangel does offline—extraordinary art in unexpected places—for online audiences. I was responsible for all domains.

Commissioning and editing

I’ve commissioned stories from Man Booker prize winning authors as a founding editor with 3 of Cups press, schools resources by artist-educators at the RA, and Allan Wright award winners for Artangel’s Red Lines project.

RA: Teachers’ Resources

Working with CMA to produce a digital teaching resource. In development.

Artangel: Red Lines

Commissioned writers to live with and reflect on Evan Roth’s Red Lines, a network of mesmerising video landscapes streamed into your home or workplace.

3 of Cups: Founding Editor