I write for television, film, theatre, poetry, journalism and am working on my first novel. Find out more below.
I'll be writing my first episode of Holby City on BBC One in 2018.
I am also one of the writers on BBC Drama Room 2018 with BBC Writersroom.
This year I wrote and co-produced the three part short film series The Grass Is Always Grindr, commissioned by NHS sexual health clinic 56 Dean Street. The films currently have combined YouTube plays of over 175,000.
My theatre plays 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 Pink Orchids (The HIV Monologues) at Theatre 503, all under my work with Dragonflies Theatre.
Both Pink Orchids and The Chemsex Monologues are published by Oberon Books, with The Chemsex Monologues nominated for the Polari Prize 2017. Pink Orchids has been produced in Sydney and Chicago, and Dragonflies have toured to Adelaide, Sydney, Dublin and Berlin.
As a poet, I founded the night Spoken Word London, and my poem 'Hate' features on the 'Hate Me' track with DJ/producer KDA, which has over 1 million plays on Spotify. I've worked with BBC Radio 1 and Amnesty International on poetry projects, and performed at the ICA, Shakespeare & Company in Paris, and Latitude Festival.
Some clips of my live poetry are available in the Media section.
Journalistically, I've been a senior contributing editor to Attitude and have written for Vice and Dazed.