Half-American, half-British (some would say the better half), I’m a travel journalist, content marketer and broadcast journalist with more than a decade of experience. I work with some of the biggest names in the business, from quality newspapers and TV networks to some of the world’s largest brands.
areas of expertise
I’m not sure how I landed such coveted jobs in travel - editor of Which? Travel, commissioning editor of The Sunday Times Travel Magazine, travel journalist, presenter and content editor for many more major publications and websites. But over the years, I’ve picked up all sorts of travel tips and tricks. Whether you want to know how to do the Big Apple or a Big Five safari on a shoestring or need advice about currency, flight rights or insurance, I can help.
Beyond travel, I find the fin-tech industry fascinating for its potential to make lives better by creating new ways of managing money. I’ve interviewed the first woman to start a British national bank, previewed app-based financial products before they hit the market, and know which is the best plastic to use on your travels.
I also write about ethical and political issues, from energy-efficiency to women’s rights. And I’m a judge for the International Hotel & Property Awards.
As a cheerleader from aged four to 22, I lost my fear of public appearances early on, so I handle myself pretty well on TV, radio, podcasts and with public speaking.
When not working, you’ll often find me at the theatre, watching 1980s murder-mystery TV shows, on a bicycle (it’s genetic) or hanging out with my husband and our two adventure cats, Detective Mittens and JessiCat Fletcher.