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!
Sherlock to return to BBC One
Sherlock is on its way back! The hit BBC One drama will come back to our screens for a Special, followed by a series of three new episodes.
Guardian Student Media Awards 2014: are you an aspiring journalist?
We want to let you know about a fantastic opportunity taking place at the Guardian. If you are currently attending university and an aspiring journalist, apply to the Guardian Student Media Awards today!
Students invited to make history with unique Tour de France film
As the world's top cyclists wind their way down the country and on across the Channel, students are being urged to share video footage of the Tour de France that they've captured on their smartphones.
Voters turn their backs on Scottish independence
Voters are turning their backs on the bid for Scottish independence, according to a dramatic new poll that threatens to leave Alex Salmond's hopes dashed at the last hurdle.
Get your photography work exhibited in London's OXO Tower
FXB International, a non-governmental organisation dedicated to lifting people out of extreme poverty, today launches a global photography competition to celebrate its 25th anniversary.
AskThicke: 16 tweets from Robin Thicke's disastrous twitter Q&A
Robin Thicke-related PR disaster no. 576467997...
Farage rejected: Only 3% of students support UKIP
If there's one demographic you can't blame for the success of UKIP in this year's European elections, it's students: a poll by YouthSight, conducted in June, has revealed that a mere 3% are in support of Nigel Farage's party.
71% of 14-19 year olds need more advice on careers
A survey carried out by Studently.com has found that nearly 91% of secondary school kids are worried or anxious about their future career choices, and that over 71% of 14-19 year olds want more guidance at school.