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I am the short course planning assistant and lead tutor for the National Saturday Club's fashion journalism course at University of the Arts London. In addition to this, I am an active member of the Fashion Academics Creating Equality group and a freelance writer with bylines in The Stack World, gal–dem, ELLE and LOVE magazine. My ultimate ambition is to help young people – especially those from underrepresented backgrounds – forge illustrious careers in the UK’s creative arts sector. 

 

In July 2021, I graduated with a first-class honours degree in fashion journalism from Central Saint Martins, UAL. For my final major project, I edited, art-directed and launched Plaster Magazine – an immersive digital media platform offering an antidote to the patronising, celebrity-driven fashion journalism aimed at teenagers. Plaster was shortlisted for both the Graduate Fashion Foundation/FACE and LVMH Maison/0 Green Trail awards. Moreover, a quote from my investigation about racism in the fashion industry post-George Floyd was transformed into a JCDecaux bus stop poster for Kings Cross, London.

 

During and prior to my placement year, I interned at Christopher Kane, ELLE UK, The Times, YOU magazine, Fashion Revolution and the British Fashion Council.