I'm a writer living in London. As a poet, I founded the night Spoken Word London, and my poem 'Hate' features on the 'Hate Me' track with DJ/producer KDA, available to stream now.
I also write for the theatre: my productions include a queer adaptation of A Midsummer Night's Dream at the Arcola Theatre; The Clinic, Queers and The Chemsex Monologues at the King's Head Theatre; Superficial at The Glory; and The HIV Monologues at Theatre 503, the Ace Hotel Shoreditch and the National Gallery; all coming under my work with Dragonflies Theatre.
Both The HIV Monologues
and The Chemsex Monologues
are published by Oberon Books
, with The Chemsex Monologues nominated for the Polari Prize 2017
. The HIV Monologues
was staged in Sydney this year, and Dragonflies have toured to Adelaide, Sydney, Dublin and France.
Journalistically, I've been a senior contributing editor to Attitude, and have written for Vice and Dazed. I've been named 'One to Watch' on The Independent on Sunday's Rainbow List as a playwright, and was placed on the Pride Power List published in The Observer
. For enquiries about my writing, either contact me above, or through my agent [email protected]