I’m currently working on a solo show called Insomniacs’ Sleepover. Its next scratch (work-in-progress performance) is on 11th April in Hammersmith.
My first collection, Where We’re Going, We Don’t Need Roads (flipped eye), was chosen as a PBS Pamphlet Choice and as one of the Poetry School’s best books of 2015.
My work has appeared in Poetry Review, Poetry London, Magma, 3am Magazine, DIVA, Popshot, Morning Star, Rising, Poems in Which, Blue of Noon, Sick Lit Magazine, South Bank Poetry, Rhyming Thunder: The Alternative Book of Young Poets, on Sky News and the London Underground.
I’ve performed at Latitude, Secret Garden Party and the Edinburgh Fringe, Ronnie Scott’s and the Royal Festival Hall, and in hundreds of pubs, bars and fields across the UK. I co-hosted the London poetry night Sage and Time, which ran from 2010 to 2013.
I’ve held poetry workshops in forests, schools and opera houses, and lectured on copywriting at Middlesex University. I like lists, noodle soup, existentialism, hugs and swearing.