In 2017, I graduated with a distinction and the Outstanding Student Award for a MSc in Media, Communications, and International Journalism – a course run by the renowned Glasgow Media Group at the University of Glasgow. During my time at UofG, I also created a website, designed to be a living book accompaniment for Policy Scotland’s book on the Scottish Economy.
Inside Scotland’s Men’s Sheds, where ‘manning up’ is left at the door
In a climate of surveillance, does self-censorship threaten Scottish journalism?
This investigative outlet’s fact-checkers are traveling cross country to take its readers behind the scenes
An article for Harvard University’s Nieman Lab on the way in which the Ferret Fact Service is trying to spread fact-checking knowledge.
The student digs inspiring a fresh generation of co-op entrepreneurs
A feature for Positive News magazine profiling Edinburgh’s Student Housing Co-operative as a new approach to student housing.
Democracy Covered: The Importance of Scotland’s Independent Media
A views piece of the state of the media landscape in Scotland and the place that new, alternative media outlets have within it.
Is This The End?
An item on the damaging impact that high police rates can have on the independent music festival scene.
Public meeting called on Glasgow’s student accommodation
Covering a public meeting that was called by a local MSP to discuss the impact of increased levels of student accommodation in Glasgow’s West End.
The Conversation Live discusses post-Brexit Britain
Reporting a panel discussion featuring leading academics, organised in conjunction with Policy Scotland and The Conversation.
Losing Communities: The Impact of Student Accommodation on Community Cohesion in the West End of Glasgow
– Created as part of the final project of my Masters.
In It Together: The Changing Lives of Ethnic Minority Women
– A group project for my MSc in Media, Communication and International Journalism at the University of Glasgow
A Plague of Potholes
– Made during the NUJ’s video journalism course