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I am a cultural events curator and award-winning audio documentary producer. Each project engages with different people, places and cultures through collaboration to create live experiences and digital content that entertains, educates and inspires people.

The focus of my creative practice is to use storytelling, programming and production to create spaces that celebrates identity, develops understanding and encourages social change.

I have curated, programmed and produced a wide range of cultural events and festivals in London and Los Angeles, working with different venues, temporary spaces, cultural and community partners.

During lockdown, I completed my MA Radio degree with Distinction and BJTC Journalism Accreditation. I won the Charles Parker Prize (Gold Award) for documentary 40 Years On: Remembering the New Cross Fire, aired on BBC R4.

With a 9 year career in creative production and a passion to work with a wide range of people, communities and cultures, I am looking to create innovative work with social impact and longevity that can reach mass audiences.

I am currently freelance, open to new opportunities and working on a variety of projects including the

Arts & Wellbeing programmes at the UK's largest arts organisation the Southbank Centre and Producer/Venue Manager of

Brawnswood at We Out Here Festival August 2023.

I have also recently received an Arts Council England – Develop Your Creative Practice fund to focus on developing my audio editing skills and to produce a documentary and live experience that amplifies the voices of Afghan refugees, celebrates the culture of Afghanistan and marks two year since the Taliban re-occupation in 2021.




Arts & Culture Programming 

Cultural Documentation and Storytelling


Cultural Placemaking

Fesitval and Event Production 

Interview Moderation and Presenting



Creative Audio Production

Cultural Documentation and Storytelling


Audio Editing 

Broadcasting and Journalism

Interview Moderation and Presenting

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