I was Editor at Platform Magazine, the official magazine at Nottingham Trent Students’ Union for two years and have now graduated with a degree in International Relations and Communications and Society.
I am heavily involved with the student media circuit and has been voted in to take over the role of Chair of the Student Publication Association for 2014-2015.
Outside work my interests include reading, festivals and travelling!
A Students' Guide: Backpacking Southeast Asia
Backpackers exploring Southeast Asia for decades and budget travellers and students love it so much that there are many destination routes that are now thought of as a part of the region’s ‘Backpacker Trail’.
Hostelworld makes a splash with youth travellers in new ad
Following its global rebrand, Hostelworld has launched its first ever advertising campaign designed to make a splash in the youth travel industry.
Top Destinations for 2015: Sri Lanka
A teardrop in the ocean just off the south-easternmost tip of India, the tropical island of Sri Lanka has a history that dates back to the birth of time.
This app will make organising your travels in Europe a million times easier
GoEuro (www.GoEuro.co.uk) has launched a brand new free and easy to use app on android and ios, providing the best options for travel by train, coach or air, all at the simple touch of a button.
Let's talk about Hoi An
Graceful, historic Hoi An is Vietnam’s most atmospheric and delightful town located in the centre of this incredible country. The town was once a major port, boasting grand architecture and a beautiful riverside setting. Whether you’ve as little as a day or as long as a month in the town, it’ll be time well spent.
5 reasons you should go backpacking in Asia this summer
If you want adventure this summer, and want more than Europe has to offer, then go to Asia.
7 Lord Of The Rings destinations not to miss in New Zealand
If you’ve watched the LOTR films you’ll know how beautifully stunning the landscapes are. Any of the rolling hills in New Zealand could play host to The Shire, but some of the other landscapes are undeniably famed locations filmed across New Zealand.
Live Review: Clean Bandit at the Corn Exchange Cambridge (08/03/2015)
Clean Bandit bought their unique classical-house sound to Cambridge last week.
Lifes A Beach: Ibiza Beaches
The winter elements might still be lingering - but drift away with us to the White Isle as we take you on a tour of Ibiza’s top beaches...
Ibiza: Food Glorious Food
The Balearic way of dining is all about the atmosphere and the company- enjoying the evening with your best friends with euphoric red-wine filter over everything.
15 reasons to visit Ibiza this summer
For those of you that haven’t previously been to Ibiza, it can be hard to sum up in a few words. In fact, it’s impossible. Why is Ibiza such a hotspot for revellers, and what aspects of the White Isle make it such a magical location?
Top Destinations for 2015: Tahiti
Nestled between the equator and the topic of Capricorn in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, the 118 islands of Tahiti are as close as it’s possible to get to a tropical paradise.
8 Travel Books to Read in 2015
There are books made for those 10-hour bus journeys and those books made for a relaxing day at the beach; whichever book you choose you can always be promised a magical awakening in to a world of culture, cuisine and stunning landscapes.
6 drinks you should try in South East Asia
Beverages in South East Asia are a delicacy and are traditional amongst locals and travellers. From the bucket to the coffee, you'll find something in South East Asia to tickle your taste buds. Here are some of our top picks.
Downton Abbey fans, we have some bad news
The ITV period drama which has been a hit amongst audiences for over four years now is to reportedly drawing to a close after the end of Series 6.
Why Brisbane is fast becoming Australia's new world city
Once known as being dull, lifeless and unsocial, the city it is now becoming a factory of culture, from art exhibitions and cultural shows to fashion events and social meetings.
5 things to look out for when you hire a campervan in Australia
Hiring a campervan is a tough gig, and trawling the internet isn’t always the most fun or effective thing to do with your time. I recently hired a campervan in Australia to drive from from Brisbane to Sydne, having encountered some great tips from other people before choosing which campervan to go with.