I write for The Times, where I've had front page stories, often based in data, whether that be through scraping websites about air pollution or freedom of information requests into abuse of patients or university research being stolen in cyberattacks.
You can read my exclusive report into the billions being spent by councils on emergency housing here, my exclusive showing that racist attacks on NHS doubled in a year here, my investigation revealing more than 13,000 Airbnb hosts potentially breaking the law here, and my investigation into abuses by parking company here and here.
I contribute articles to the Guardian, the Guardian Guide and the Observer New Review.
You can read my exclusives on mental health in prisons here, student counselling universities here, race hate crimes here, my data analysis of Shakespeare's legacy here, my interview with writer Simon Parkin about his debut release Death by Video Game here, my feature on Philadelphia artist Caitlin McCormack's creepy crochets here.
I write features for The Independent newspaper covering news, visual arts, film, and music.
You can read my exclusives on the rise of drone crime here, the rise of transphobic hate crime here, my report on the child refugees risking their lives to rejoin family in Britain here, my analysis on how the number of London renters becoming homeless increases 700% in five years here, my report on violence at the Greek-Macedonia border in Idomeni here, or my feature about American photographer Bob Willoughby, and how he brought documentary photography to Hollywood here.
My writing for the Financial Times' Life & Arts supplement has predominantly focused on literature, film, and visual arts, while I have also been a regular contributor to the photography feature "Snapshot".
Some of my subjects include: Belgian artist Mishka Henner, French director Claire Denis, Estonian photographer Alexander Gronsky, British film-maker Tom Petch, Dutch performance artist Berndnaut Smilde, and novelist Matthew Quick.
I have written about news, film, music, television, visual arts and more for The Telegraph.
You can read my preview of Sundance Film Festival here, my live review of folk-pop foursome Stornoway here, my live-blogging exploits at Glastonbury here, or my interview with Raymond Cauchetier, who photographed some of the most iconic moments in French cinema here, or my data feature on pollution in world cities here.
I have written features for Vice and for some of its subsidiaries: Webby-award winning music site Noisey, technology-hub Motherboard, new dance culture website Thump, and alternative arts vertical Canvas.
You can read a piece I wrote discovering some of the weirdest music records ever made here, or how I discovered that the 'deep web' is so much more than drugs and hitmen here, or a feature about David Lynch's lesser-known multidisciplinary works here.
You can read my exclusive about age disputes for child asylum-seekers here.
For Dazed & Confused magazine, I have covered contemporary arts, film and fashion. In particular, I frequently write the photography feature Lightbox.
Some of my articles have covered Cecil Beaton's diaphanous photography, emerging Parisian artists beyond the peripherique, the ultimate brooding protagonists of film noir, and the glamorous Venice Film Festival.
I have written for the music, film, visual arts, and features sections of Time Out London. I am also a contributor to the popular Time Out blog, with several of my posts having featured in the 'Most Read' section.
Some of my articles have covered London-based psychedelic group Toy, noise experimentalist bEEdEEgEE, photobooks on Martin Parr and Brassai, neo-Dada sculptor Urs Fischer, and synth pop duo Coves.
You can read my review of Damon Albarn-led Africa Express' album Maison des Jeunes here, my review of Akram Zaatari's exhibition at Thomas Dane here, or my review of Iranian photography group show 'Burnt Generation' here.
I contribute to the New Statesman's 'Cultural Capital' section on a range of topical subjects.
I contribute reviews to renowned arts magazine Apollo.
I have written for the London Review of Books.
You can read my piece about Atlantis Books, a sublime bookstore on the Greek island of Santorini, here.
I have written for the Huffington Post on a range of topics, including features about visual arts, music, theatre, television, and travel.
You can read my data analysis about the lack of diversity at the Oscars here, or my feature on Richard Mosse's psychedelic war photography here, a round-up of the lesser-known gems at the London Film Festival here, or a travel piece I wrote about Italy's new paradigm of quality hostelling here.
If you would like to see more of my general work (e.g. I am a critic for Artlyst, and write for websites such as Culture 24, Narratively and Kids of Dada), or a specific type of content that I have written, please get in touch - I'd be happy to share my wider portfolio.
I am available for commissions of all sorts.
N.B. Some of the work displayed on this website has also featured in print, while equally, some of my print work is not shown on this website.