I’m a London-born, New York-based journalist, editor, and critic, currently working as an Associate Editor at The FADER. My work has also appeared at Noisey, Deadspin, Slate, Huck Magazine, Paste, and The Portland Mercury.

I graduated with an MA in Cultural Reporting and Criticism from the Arthur L Carter Institute at New York University’s School of Journalism. I was awarded the Fulbright Alistair Cooke Award in Journalism in 2015.

For some reason, my use of the word “broey” (“of, relating to, characteristic of, or suggestive of bros”) is cited in the Merriam-Webster Dictionary.

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