I was born back in 1997 and have been a Londoner for all of my life (bar a small excursion to Bath for university). Here’s a few of the things I do/have done…


Most of my working career has been spent in Management Consulting in the realm of Technology. I’ve supported the delivery of several large transformation projects with a focus on delivery and programme management. Some of my key achievements include establishing and overseeing governance for a portfolio of projects worth £30m, managing resourcing and finance for an account of over 100 staff across 3 clients, and delivering the communications strategy for my department. I’m also a Certified Scrum Master.


I’m a member of the Transport for London Youth Panel and served as its Chair for over half a decade, where I was responsible for shaping the panel’s agenda and ensuring that young people’s voices are heard. We work hard to represent young Londoners’ views, formally respond to consultations, and hold the Mayor and TfL to account, and have engaged over 1000 young Londoners through our annual Youth Participation Days over the past decade. Some of our recent work has included advocating for segregated cycle routes, providing feedback on engineering career routes, and hosting a sustainability inquiry at City Hall.

More recently, I joined the LLDC Community Review Panel, where I work with fellow residents of the Olympic Park to provide developers with our views and recommendations for improving planning proposals within the LLDC planning area. I believe new developments can be attractive, sustainable, and highly liveable, and on the panel, we do our best to make that so.


I write on Substack on topics such as planning, infrastructure, and transport. I’ve also contributed towards essay collections, such as The Entrepeneurs Network’s Operation Innovation.

I have built this website myself using standard WordPress tools and templates, hosted on a domain that I own via another registry provider. I’m trying to improve my coding skills, so when adding content, I try to write and format as much as I can using HTML and CSS rather than Visual editors.