"One of the best writers I’ve encountered, remaking the world sentence by immaculate sentence."
– Olivia Laing, author of The Lonely City and The Trip to Echo Spring
"Like Frank O'Hara, a creative thinker who writes alongside artists, and should be regarded as a peer."
– Matt Wolf, director of Teenage and Wild Combination
Educated in Los Angeles and now based in London, I am a freelance writer of essays, reviews and prose. Subject matter includes moths, phones, searchlights, swimming pools, gay bars, major museums and minor injuries. I've edited anthologies, academic crossover books and design publications, and lead writing workshops and teach critical studies at UK universities. I am an Associate Lecturer at Camberwell College of Arts and Associate Editor of Failed States, the new journal of expansive geographies. I am also a nanny (or 'manny') and an amateur perfumer.
Education: University of California, Los Angeles; Royal College of Art, London
Tutoring: Central St Martins, Camberwell College of Arts, Norwich University of the Arts
Publication: Art Review, Art Licks, Beaux Arts, Noon, Dirty Furniture, Failed States, Index, Surface, Not Here, Blithe House Quarterly, the National Trust