I grew up in Kings Langley, Hertfordshire, and when I was 5 years old, moved to a small village in Berkhamsted.
After finishing high school, I went to Nottingham Trent University where I studied English Literature with Media Studies.
I'm definitely more of a creative than a mathematician, and for as long as I can remember, writing was always an aspiration
Since Uni, I’ve mainly worked in Advertising and Marketing and am currently a Copywriter. You can
view some of my published articles using the below link:
Radio broadcasting is also a passion of mine,
and I’m involved with Internet radio station Watford’s Vibe 107.6 and Radio Dacorum. Other radio stations I’ve been involved with include Hemel FM (produced and presented the Tuesday Evening Show, 7
– 10PM); Oxygen Radio (hosted ‘Relax Nation,’ Mondays - Thursdays, 10p.m. – midnight). I am also involved
with Amersham's Radio Christmas 87.7 FM, which is broadcast over the festive period, and was also a Presenter at Hemel Hospital
Radio, 1350AM, (presented ‘The Thursday Variety Show,’ 7p.m. - 8:30p.m.). I’ve included a dedicated page
of radio links from a variety of stations I’ve been involved with over the years. To listen to some of my radio shows,
please use the below link:
Travelling is one of my biggest hobbies, and I led a nomadic lifestyle for three months when I travelled
around South East Asia. The journey began with the beautiful land of smiles in Thailand, then next, the mayhem of motorbikes
in Vietnam, then Laos, and on into Cambodia. Armed with my Nikon D40X SLR camera and over-sized rucksack, it was just me and
the big wide world, where I saw things I’ll never forget. My photography website will be available for viewing very
shortly, where you’ll be able to see an assortment of snapshots from my trip and also a travel movie I made using iMovie
entitled ‘Culture Shock’.