In July 2021, I graduated with a first-class honours bachelor's degree in fashion journalism from Central Saint Martins. For my final major project, I edited, art directed and launched PLASTER magazine – an immersive digital platform offering an antidote to the patronising, celebrity-driven fashion journalism often aimed at teenagers. PLASTER was shortlisted for Graduate Fashion Foundation's award in association with FACE and also LVMH's Maison/0 Green Trail award.

I am skilled in networking, multi-media research and interviewing. As a result of my degree, I have developed significant expertise in writing fashion features and investigations covering topics such as sustainability, race, 3D fashion design and garment manufacturing. My work has been published online by LOVE, ELLE UK and TECHSTYLER and I have interned at ELLE UK, The Times, Mary Fellowes and Christopher Kane.

In March, I was selected to join the UNESCO & Women at Dior global leadership and sustainability education program (2021-2022) – only the second student in my course to do so in five years. I will continue to participate in this program while undertaking my master's in broadcast journalism at Cardiff University, beginning in September.