A recent interview with neo-burlesque dancer Aurora Galore for Exeposé. We discussed burlesque stereotypes, the politics of performance art – and Israeli sex clubs…
This investigative feature was written for VICE UK and published on January 22nd 2016. Read on for the hyperlink and for the full text (all photographs taken by myself).
An interview I conducted with Maryam Namazie. The article can be found online here. Read on for the full text.
I’m really proud of this issue’s layout for my section – Features – in Exeposé. Read on and scroll to the bottom for the full text of my Comment article ‘Exeter lad culture: has it spiked?’
Another blog for Huffington Post’s Young Voices section, this piece looks at cultural appropriation and culturally insensitive fancy dress costumes, particularly at universities in the UK.
It uses gifs and a colloquial tone befitting the section. Read on for the full text (minus the gifs).
Ahead of the general election, I wrote a piece on the media’s treatment of Ed Milliband’s imperfections, placing it in the context of the art world, with comparisons with several famous paintings depicting physical ‘imperfections’.
My first piece as a Huffington Post blogger, posted in Huff Post Young Voices.
Looking at sports culture at university, it blends humour, ‘fishy metaphors’ and social observation.
This piece for Wannabe Hacks gives tips on how to get a scoop wherever you’re going this Easter holiday.
Following my trip to Paris in February (courtesy of ELLE UK), I wrote a feature for Exeposé on the atmosphere in the city one month on from the Charlie Hebdo attack.
The piece blends a retrospective look on the attack with interviews with locals, travel anecdotes and a political analysis of newsagent stands…
The piece can be viewed in its original print format on page 12 of Issue 637.
For the online version (and potentially easier reading) click here.