I am currently a Production Coordinator at Message Heard, extending from my recent role as Client Relations Manager at Intelligence Squared, the world’s leading forum for live discussion and debates. For two years, I was a Producer at PODMASTERS, working on topical political podcasts, Oh God, What Now? (formerly Remainiacs), The Bunker, and Inside Briefing with the Institute for Government, featuring episodes with Fiona Hill, Neil Kinnock, and Ed Miliband.

I presented on The Bunker and The Culture Bunker, offering my unique perspective on international politics, and stories missed by the headlines or Westminster-centric media.

I produce podcasts like Cross Examination, with leading public lawyer Tom Cross, and have worked on audio productions for the likes of the BBC World Service, BBC Radio 4, BBC Radio 3, and The Guardian’s Politics Weekly America.

I have also worked across the live programme-making process, shadowing BBC Radio 4 Specials producer Giles Edwards in London, and News Editor Jason Beck at Wave105.

FROM PRINT

Deities and Idols: Ramesh Mario Nithiyendran at Tramway – Review

Edinburgh’s Environmental Exhibitions Part Two: The Local – Reviews

Edinburgh’s Environmental Exhibitions Part One: The Global – Reviews

Artist Spotlight: Maria Prymachenko – Review

Monica Sjöö: The Great Cosmic Mother at Modern Art Oxford – Review

Why and How to Walk a City – Angus Lockyer on historicity

Alternative Spaces: Li Yuan-chia & Friends at Kettle’s Yard – Review

Conversations in the Basque Country and Beyond at Bilbao Fine Arts Museum – Reviews

Infinite Viewpoints: Gego at the Guggenheim Bilbao – Review

You will follow the Rhein and compose play: Temitayo Ogunbiyi at Museum Tinguely – Review

IN CASE OF EMERGENCY: Koestler Arts 2023 at Southbank Centre – Review

Small and Mighty: South Asian Miniature Painting and Britain, 1600 to Now at MK Gallery – Review

‘Not to be exhibited but experienced’: Hélio Oiticica at the De La Warr Pavilion – Review

Intangible Englishness: Eric Ravilious in Sussex – Reviews

Long Read: Lisetta Carmi’s career-spanning interest in identities – Review

Last chance to see: Evelyn Hofer at The Photographers’ Gallery – Review

Reclaiming Visual Culture: BLACK VENUS at Somerset House – Review

Edinburgh Art Festival’s reckoning with the city’s colonial legacies – Reviews

Dovecot Studios’ history of women artists in Scotland – Review

Praxitella: Wyndham Lewis, Iris Barry, Helen Saunders at Leeds Art Gallery – Reviews

‘Word-Play’ Review: Are Some Things Better Left Unsaid?

Where Modernism meets Anti-Colonialism – gowithYamo Newsletter

Modernism meets anti-colonialism at Christie’s Kawkaba – Review

How ‘local’ should galleries be? – gowithYamo Newsletter

Creating and Curating Conversations in Oxford’s Communities – Reviews

Boundary Encounters: Modern Art Oxford’s Architecture of the Present – Review

Theatre Review: Anarchy comes to Britain – Accidental Death of an Anarchist at Theatre Royal Haymarket

Growing mindsets on Jean Cooke 🌲and Textiles in Cambridge – gowithYamo Newsletter

Objeks & Tings, in The best new podcasts of SUMMER 2023

Textiles in Cambridge: Mediterranean Embroidery at Fitzwilliam Museum – Review

Textiles in Cambridge: Material Power: Palestinian Embroidery at Kettle’s Yard – Review

Growing Mindsets on Jean Cooke at the Garden Museum

‘School Girls; Or, The African Mean Girls Play’: Review

A Clear Comfort: Food and Queer performance art at Van Gogh House London – Review

Dedication at Marylebone Theatre – Review

Colour and Abstraction: Beatriz Milhazes at Margate’s Turner Contemporary – Review

Finding hope within Hurvin Anderson’s barbershops – Review

Does food have any place in an art gallery? – Hilma af Klint & Piet Mondrian at Tate Eats Review (Online and Print)

A Perfect Match?: Chaïm Soutine meets Leon Kossoff – Review

Tokyo Stories and Beyond at The Ashmolean – Reviews

Asian art in Oxford and Gwen John in Chichester – gowithYamo Newsletter

‘Wodzirej’ Review: A Glance Into Communist Poland – Review

Democratising Fashion? – Ashish: Fall in Love and Be More Tender – Review

Betty Woodman & George Woodman: domestic ceramic from Italy to Charleston – Review

‘Bad Women of China’ Review: Can Acupuncture Cure A Rightist?

The wait is over: Japan Reviews – gowithYamo Newsletter

Japan’s environments: Natural, local, global, imperial – Japan Reviews (3/3)

The women of Ukiyo-e – Japan Reviews (2/3)

‘Official’ Japan: A guide to Japanese national museums – Japan Reviews (1/3)

The best design exhibitions showing now in London – gowithYamo Newsletter

Making Sense: Ai Weiwei at The Design Museum – Review

Oskar Kokoschka: Europe’s Most Successful Self-Portrait Artist? – Review

Understanding Yugoslav Socialism Through Contemporary Satire

The Story of Japanese Food Told Through Four Arts

Visit Japan for free – from London – Reviews

Gulags, Safe Spaces and Spycams: VAULT Festival Roundup – Reviews

My Brother’s Keeper Review in Tortoise Creative Sensemaker: Cocaine Bear

Asian Art in the Netherlands – Reviews

‘Film for Freedom’ Review: Refugee Women Take Control of their Narratives

A Fascinating Production About Hiroshima: The Mistake Review

Feeling Her Way: Sonia Boyce’s ‘noisy exhibition’ – Review

Bulgaria on Film at the Barbican: A Conversation with January’s Alex Barrett and Teodosia Dobriyanova

gowithYamo’s Paris Week 🇫🇷 – Newsletter

The Big Three: A Weekend in Paris – Reviews

Picasso in Paris – Reviews

‘Foreign’ in France: Curating Migration and Art – Reviews

The revolutionary act of walking in the city – Women’s Journeys in the City and Beyond at the Royal Academy Review

Barbara Chase-Riboud: Infinite Folds at Serpentine North Gallery – Review

Kamala Ibrahim Ishag at The Serpentine: Exhibition Review

The thematic links between M.K. Čiurlionis and Magdalena Abakanowicz – gowithYamo Newsletter

Worlds Together, Poles Apart (Part Two): Magdalena Abakanowicz at Tate Modern – Review

Worlds Together, Poles Apart (Part One): M.K. Čiurlionis at Dulwich Picture Gallery – Review

A Tongue-in-Cheek Take on The One Thousand and One Nights: ‘Hakawatis’ Review

Review: ‘Mandela: The Musical’

A father, A daughter, A gulf: ‘Baghdaddy’ Review

Uneasy And Conflicting Identities- ‘12.37’ Review

Podcasts, Persia, and Murder – ‘Things Hidden Since The Foundation Of The World’ Review

Three Minutes: A Lengthening – From Holocaust to Home History – Review

Hong Kong: City on Fire – an Interview with Producer Sinead Kirwan

A Real Horror Show: The Creepy and Uncanny in the Capital – Exhibition Reviews

Iphigenia in Splott at the Lyric Hammersmith – Review

Nalini Malani: My Reality is Different – Review

Conversations on the Thames: Curation Around the River – Exhibition Reviews

‘Godland’: Denmark and Iceland Share a Dark Pilgrimage – Review

Poles Apart: Dmitry at Marylebone Theatre – Review

Jews. In Their Own Words Review in Tortoise Creative Sensemaker: Escape to Reality

Young and Wild: Art in 1980s Germany – Review

Marina Abramović: Gates and Portals – Review

Uncomfortable Truths: The Apology at Arcola Theatre London – Review

The Singh Twins: Slaves of Fashion at Firstsite, Colchester – Review

Climes Against Humanity: The Trials at Donmar Warehouse – Review

Race Relations: The Fellowship at Hampstead Theatre London – Review

A Skin-Deep Look on the South Asian Women of Southall – Lotus Beauty Review

The Real Jerusalem – two Palestinians go dogging at the Royal Court – Review

Popping the Red Top on Power in the British Media at the British Library London – Review

The Windows of Your Mind – Reflections of Women at Dulwich Picture Gallery – Review

Island Mentalities: The Women Bridging Britain and Japan at Tsunagu/Connect – Review

The Arts of Peace – Japan: Courts and Culture at The Queen’s Gallery, London – Review

Postwar Modern: Building out of the Bombsite – Review

The Caribbean Condensed: Life Between Islands at the Tate Britain – Review

LEMON by Kwon Yeo-Sun – Interview with Translator Janet Hong

Published in the Journal of Creative Pursuit, Issue #2 Memory (01-2022). Click to read the PDF article, or purchase the...

Paula Rego: Re-Remembrance Through Art – Review

Published in the Journal of Creative Pursuit, Issue #2 Memory (01-2022). Click to read the PDF article, or purchase the...

Mixing It Up: Challenging Modern Art’s Set Menu – Review

Lubaina Himid: A Full House at the Tate – Review

Yugonostalgic Cuisine: The Story of The Anglo-Yugoslav Café – Interview

Mighty Atom in Tortoise Slow Reviews

Crude Britannia Review in Tortoise Creative Sensemaker: The second homecoming

Crisis on Campus in The Natural Health Service: Charlotte Street Partners

Crisis on Campus in Tortoise Sensemaker: Another Pandemic

Crisis on Campus

Listening to Empire: Making Podcasts with Jelena Sofronijevic Interview

Royals And Rebels: Painting The Sikh Empire Back Into The Frame – Review

Artemisia: A Shining Gloss Over A Career Of Great Light And Darkness – Artemisia Gentileschi: Curator’s Tour Review

Traditions and unity in town’s “little Yugoslavia”

BBC Radio 4: Telford, Little Yugoslavia

Jelena Sofronijević: The whales and the sharks of Yugoslav socialism

From Head to Tale: Understanding Yugoslav Socialism through Zoomorphism in Contemporary Satire

Through, From, and For the Margins: National Theatre Live’s The Lehman Trilogy

Isolation Interviews: Jelena Sofronijevic on Education Reform

Heard it at a ThinkIn: ‘There’s stigma about young people’

Student Arts Societies Must Collaborate Against Exclusivity

Could coronavirus change our education system for the better?

Marion Cleland Lochhead

A New Generation of European Energy Strategies

Vietnam waives visas for UK travellers