I am a writer and naturalist from Hampshire specialising in wildlife, landscape and ethical living. Having grown up in the chalky hills of the South Downs, I later spent five years between Bristol and London where I completed my undergraduate degree in English Literature and a Masters in English at UCL.
Most of my inspiration is rooted in the South Downs landscape, where I work on a prehistoric, educational farm as creative developer and goatkeeper. My interests lie in wildlife conservation, rural heritage and traditional crafts; I’m currently researching the dairy industry in prehistoric societies, and I’m a member of the English Goat Breeders’ Association committee. I write a monthly wildlife column for Hampshire Life magazine, and have also written for the Guardian, Woodland Trust, Huffington Post and Countryfile among others.
Last year I signed a contract with Bloomsbury for my first book about foraging and the countryside. I am currently available for freelance writing and can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org, or find me on Twitter, Instagram and YouTube.
My first book Food You Can Forage will be published by Bloomsbury on 8th March 2018.