A little about me: I was born and raised in London with a view of Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament from my bedroom window (small, but noticeable). Part of me wonders if this sparked my early fascination with politics, since neither of my parents were all that interested. Whatever it was, I went on to study the subject as an undergrad at King’s College London, where I would meet my now-husband and the reason for my relocation across the pond. While we are primarily based in Washington DC these days with our Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, I’m thankful that my work as a freelance writer and journalist allows me to travel frequently.
Writing may now be my career but it’s also my passion and I will happily indulge in this with a wide range of topics, from feminism to human rights, the environment to technology. My real interest lays in the intersection of politics and culture, so you will likely find much of my writing centered around this topic, but not always. I also blog in my free time at Only Slightly Biased as well as a number of other online publications.
I’m looking forward to contributing more frequently and getting to know some of you!