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Ever since I was young, I have dreamed of working in the media. Truly obsessive about the industry, sports coverage, entertainment and factual formats were the focus of my teenage life; studying them, analysing them and hoping one day I can be involved in making them.
After six years making YouTube videos and volunteering, I moved to Salford to do a degree in BA Television and Radio. Since graduating, I have worked in many areas of the media, mainly for the BBC. My last production role was on Chris Packham's Inside Our Autistic Minds documentary series, in which I was an assistant producer.
In October 2022, I decided to pursue presenting opportunities, citing a need for greater on-screen representation of neurodivergent people. Just a month later I reported for the first time on British television on Sky Sports and have now worked across a number of platforms and channels.
A look at my journey to becoming a reporter, spanning 14 years
In 2017, I was diagnosed as autistic. This provides a number of strengths for me, including a high attention to detail, strong observational skills and a methodical approach.
In the workplace, neurodiversity can offer real potential and I am a big supporter of ensuring those who are neurodivergent are accommodated to help create an equal, diverse and fair society.
I now advocate and consult around the subject and regularly talk at production companies and universities.
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