I'm a copywriter, artist, and creative communications specialist based between London and Paris, with over 10-years of experience in the creative and nonprofit sectors.

I like to craft direct prose that's free of distractions and works to enhance the broader narrative of my projects. Within all my work I spend a lot of time thinking about social relations and the internet and digital technology as mediums – and modes – of social change.

My experience in campaigning and mobilisation, alongside my work as an artist and producer, helps orient my perspective as a communicator around ideas of solidarity, community, and action.

Beyond my work I like to write and produce electronic music, create short films, walk in nature, dance under cover of darkness, draft half-finished works of speculative fiction, jump on last-minute trains across the continent, and cook really, really spicy food.

my nonprofit work

Within the nonprofit and social impact space I've worked as a campaigner, copywriter, and content strategist and producer. My areas of interest fall broadly within the area of digital rights, with a particular focus on economic and climate justice. My clients and partners include NGOs and nonprofit orgs such as Greenpeace, Global Witness, SumOfUs, Mozilla Foundation, and The Museum of London.

my creative work

As an artist I've worked as a performer, producer, writer, and essayist. I'm interested in speculative futures, critical theory, socialist politics, and the interaction of technology, economics, and culture. My clients and partners including Bleep.comPenguin Random House, Paris Fashion Week, Matador Records, and Zero Books.


- BA in Music from Goldsmiths University [2:1]

- MA in Communications and Sociology from the University of Leicester [Distinction]

In 2020 I was accepted at the CUNY Graduate Centre in New York to the PhD programme in critical social psychology, a project that is on long-term hiatus due to to visa and pandemic-related complications.


I'm a native English speaker with an upper-intermediate level in French and Gujarati, and a lower-intermediate level in Hindi.