Editorial

I’m a lifestyle writer focusing mainly on health, including physical, mental and social wellbeing. I also write about food from a social or anthropological angle. I’ve written a few travel pieces about my honeymoon in Canada too. (It was a great excuse to keep looking at the photos).

I’m the Editor of Digest Magazine, an illustrated food magazine I co-founded with my husband in 2012. 

My editorial clients have included The Guardian, Delicious Magazine, Healthy Food Guide, Positive News and Fire & Knives. I’ve written for digital platforms including Underpinned and Flight Centre

I started my career in B2B publishing at Newzeye, working across two monthly building and redevelopment titles and quarterly supplements. I then moved into commercial publishing, working on food and health titles at Eye to Eye Media.

I’ve also worked in several newsrooms on placements, including the Liverpool Echo, Merseymart, Chester Chronicle, BBC North West Tonight and ITV‘s Martin Lewis programme.

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Recent Editorial work

Woodland wonders - When you come through the door, you fall in love with it, says Anna-Maria Cahalane-MacGuinness, co-founder of the Buckthorne Cutting Nature Reserve in Crofton Park. She’s right. Under a high canopy of leaves, the path winds between delicate shoots of horsetail, and past steep slopes that lead to handmade benches, beehives and a reed bed.…
Nena Kazantzidou and her bike in Greenwich How cycling in Greenwich became a ‘lifesaver’ during lockdown - From the outside, Nena Kazantzidou looks like a seasoned cyclist. Her Instagram page is a colourful showcase of what London has to offer by bike. But in reality, Nena had actually been too terrified to cycle in London – until the lockdown began.
Lewisham & Greenwich Choir Singing together, but apart: Lewisham and Greenwich’s NHS choir stay positive - With a stethoscope around his neck and a mask dangling from his ear, nurse Graeme Tyler is singing in a room full of rainbows.
Two musicians perform in the street. Courtesy Goldsmiths Community Centre Give A Song: Doorstep performances cheer up shielding residents - When local volunteer and musician Chloe Edwards-Wood read a book about the power of music, she was inspired to organise socially distant performances for Lewisham borough’s vulnerable and shielding residents.