About Me

This blog was set up by myself as a means of reducing my levels of boredom, finding a way to express myself and a place to, quite simply, share my opinions and thoughts. Hopefully, you like it. As for me, I was born back in 1997 and have been a Londoner most of my life (with uni in Bath). I tend to be quite a busy person, as you can see from all of my roles below.


Having served as Chairman of the Transport for London Youth Panel for half a decade, I’m responsible for shaping the panel’s agenda, and ensuring that young people’s voices are heard. The Panel works hard to represent young Londoner’s views, formally responding to consultations, holding the Mayor and TfL to account, and engaging young people with the transport industry. Some of our recent work has covered the Sutton Tramline extension, new segregated cycle routes in Hackney, and Notting Hill, and supporting the implementation of ‘Vision Zero’.

In case anyone reading this does happen to be a Londoner under the age of 25, then I would love to hear from you.


My employment experience lays in technology consulting, where I have supported two large government transformation programmes including the Digital Prisons Programme at the Ministry of Justice.


I am currently a full-time student at the University of Bath, working towards a Bachelor of Science (BSc)(Hons.) in Politics with Economics. In my spare time at university, I also play Water Polo and serve as a Hall Rep and an Academic Rep.


I am currently an Apprentice to the Master of the Worshipful Company of Coopers’, one of the City of London Livery Companies. The Coopers’ Company is a charitable institution that works to improve education as well as providing finances for various charities.


During my time at university, I’ve been grateful to have served as the Students’ Union quizmaster for three years.


Should you wish to find out more about me, click through to my LinkedIn on the left