Hello and welcome to my new website. I’m planning on using this as a portfolio of my writing, video production, photography and other work so you can see why you should definitely accept that pitch/job application I just sent you. You can also see my CV here.
This site is a work in progress, so it’s not fully finished yet. I’m intending this to be a place to collect various kinds of work I’ve done and to showcase them for people interested in my work, or in commissioning or hiring me.
I don’t remember when I first used Wikipedia, but it was a consistent presence throughout my university days from 2005-2009. In the past 19 years, Wikipedia has become consistently better, more comprehensive and ubiquitous in Western society at a slow yet steady pace that means it almost never hits the headlines for any huge advance or change…
@JonnElledge polls are like the stock market, there's no longer a correlation between what happens in reality and the way that people say they will vote.Read More
RT @BestForBritain: Absolutely incredible. "From 1 January EU citizens have quietly been added to the government’s voluntary returns sche…Read More
@esrasaginc if only he was entirely past tense.Read More
@LucasWerkmeistr Not in Tory language. For them, 'taking responsibility' is what poor people do. For the rich it's just a platitude with no consequences.Read More
Right so what usually happens to people who are responsible for 100,000 deaths? There's got to be some kind of precedent here we can look at.....Read More
In my writing and advocacy work, I care about human rights, free access to information, a socially and economically more equal society, and preferably not destroying the planet we all have to live on.
As a freelancer and while working for Wikimedia UK, I have made a lot of video work, from an hour long documentary to event vlogs about specific projects.
On the right, you can see my biggest project to date, a documentary about the work of the historian Ara Sarafian to foster reconciliation and understanding between Armenians, Turks and Kurds during the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide.