I am happy to share that my documentary, Forensic Nurses: Fighting Sex Crimes in South Africa has been published on The Guardian's website. Read more.
I was on ITV West Country on Friday 1 December on the 6pm news programme, talking to presenters Kylie Pentelow and Jonty Messer about my documentary, Forensic Nurses: Fighting Sex Crimes in South Africa and winning the Steve Harris Award for Best Original Story at the Broadcast Journalism Training Council Awards. Read more.
My documentary, Forensic Nurses: Fighting Sex Crimes in South Africa, won the prestigious Steve Harris Award for Best Original Story at the Broadcast Journalism Training Council.
A written version of the documentary is also due to be published in The Guardian next week... Read more.
Good news everyone! My documentary, Forensic Nurses: Fighting Sex Crimes in South Africa, has been shortlisted for a Broadcast Journalism Training Council Award in the Steve Harris Best Original Story category, arguably the most prestigious of them all (also the only one with a cash prize)! Read More...
Here is a timelapse video I filmed of the overnight count at Easterbrook Hall in Dumfries, last week, on Thursday 8 June, while I was covering the election count in the south of Scotland for ITV Border team after 32 million people had casted their votes in the country's snap general election. Read more and watch.
My self-shot and self-edited documentary focuses on the emotionally demanding, unrecognised work that forensic nurses do in assisting rape victims and helping fight sex crimes.Read more.
Here's the link to my interview with www.mediargh.com - the website where I found out about my 1 year internship at MTV 3 years ago!
I spoke about getting your foot in the door in the media industry and keeping positive! Read more.
Taiwanese current-affairs TV Programme ‘Beyond Borders' featured an interview with me and part of my self-shot documentary, Young, Black and Not Voting, on young ethnic minority people not voting in the EU referendum.
I filmed my very first documentary (in just 7 days) and am quite pleased to share it with everyone, as i believe it's a topic that needs wider awareness and can bring change... Read more.
My short, candid and real piece on what it was like working with two different departments (BBC Newsbeat and BBC World Service/BBC Africa) during this beginning of my career!... Read more.
I had the most unexpected opportunity (I was literally on the middle of telling my sisters how bad the interview went when I got the email) to take up a work placement at ITV News London, and to be honest, I couldn't have asked for anything better!... Read more.
Today I attended a workshop by One World Media titled Reporting The World. It involved 8 panelists from Sky News, BBC, BuzzFeed, Vice News, Channel 4, Al Jazeera and the list goes on... There was an opportunity for only 6 people to submit and be picked to pitch their idea to the panelists. I, unenthusiastically, applied, and was chosen! Read more...
R&B Star Omarion Reveals Inspiration And Challenges Behind Sex Playlist
With a career spanning decades, Omarion has always been on the forefront of the R&B scene. After taking a break, he came back with the smash hit Post To Be, and has gone on to release his knew album Sex Playlist to critical acclaim.
I sat down to have a chat to him bout the various inspirations forces new album, what fans can expect to hear him perform during his latest tour, challenges he faced while recording his album and some advice on how to be a true gentleman!
I am now a Departmental Student Coordinator (Postgraduate) for Media and Communications at Goldsmiths, University of London.
At your service.... Read more
I am now studying at Goldsmiths, University of London, undertaking a Masters in Television Journalism.
It is a practical and intensive course that simulates us within situations exactly like we were working at a news organisations... Read more
For a few months now I've been working at Wandsworth radio as a News Reader on Friday afternoons from 4-6.15pm. Here's a recording of the headlines that I read on the 4th of September at 4:30pm; with a little convo at the end between the show's presenter, Fayon, and I.
A BET Promo I assisted on with filming and made a cameo in....
I was chosen to do some voiceover work for an advert about a girls mentoring programme hosted by BANG Radio's sister charity, as it was targeted at young girls, my voice fit perfectly (LOL). Have a listen!
It's been a quite couple of months. I went on holiday to two amazing places: Croatia and Greece; then came back to a couple of weeks of utter laziness and got bored of it.
On to job applications and Masters applications, I took on some freelance work and now work at one of the UK's most visited urban music site GRM Daily!
They were named one of the top 10 music sites in the UK by The Independent, and have up to 40,000 unique visitors a month!
So keep your eyes peeled for any articles written by me!
Thanks for the constant support always x