About

I’m a journalist and audio producer based in London.
You could say I tell the global stories of our time in sound.

At BBC Newshour, I’m one of the people in charge of covering the biggest global news stories every day as an output editor and senior producer.

Newshour is the award-winning flagship programme on BBC World Service radio. It’s broadcast around the world and across the United States on NPR stations.

I often produce exclusive interviews and groundbreaking reports for the BBC from around the globe:

  • Venezuela: Several reporting trips to cover the political crisis and presidential elections
  • Brazil: The rise of Jair Bolsonaro
  • Cuba: Fidel Castro’s funeral and political reforms
  • Germany: The 2017 re-election of Angela Merkel
  • UK: Special coverage of parliamentary elections, Brexit day and key moments in the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union

From 2018 to 2019, I was the Europe radio producer for BBC News in Brussels. I covered the key stages of the Brexit negotiations and stories across the continent for BBC Radio 4: France, Hungary, Serbia, Belgium, Malta and Switzerland.

Before joining the BBC World Service, I worked in TV, radio and online news in Germany and Spain. I filmed and directed a short documentary about child workers in Bolivia.

I speak German, Portuguese, French and Spanish.

Have a listen



You can listen to many more reports on my Souncloud page.

Get in touch

Contact info
If you would like to collaborate or have a story, I would love to hear from you. Please drop me a line or send me a message on Twitter. I use Signal for secure communication – just ask me for my number.