I am a writer, campaigner, and award-winning blogger based in Luton, England. Co-author of The Economics of Arrival: Ideas for a grown-up economy (Policy Press, 2019) and editor of Time to Act (SPCK, 2020).
I grew up in Madagascar and Kenya, and studied journalism, international relations and cultural studies. I bring all these together in a wide range of freelance projects, and have worked with agencies such as Oxfam, RSPB, Tearfund and WWF. My blog, The Earthbound Report, has been named Britain’s best green blog by Vuelio and by the UK Blog Awards.
If I’m not writing, I may well be reading, digging, making a den with my two small children, or boring my wife Louise with some freshly half-baked theory.