I’m a writer, currently living in England, UK. My first book, Foxes Unearthed: A Story of Love & Loathing in Modern Britain, was published by Elliott & Thompson in 2016. It was long-listed for the Wainwright Prize and won the Society of Authors' Roger Deakin Award. My second book, about the natural world and the human psyche, will be published early 2020 by Penguin Press. I write features about science, health, wildlife and the environment for a variety of publications, including BBC Earth, BBC Wildlife, the Guardian, the Sunday Times, and the Daily Telegraph. I also write a weekly culture column called State Of The Arts for The Independent, review books, and haphazardly update my Wildlife Daily Tumblr. Before going freelance in 2015, I worked at NME and The Daily Telegraph. Current interests include matrescence, murmurations, epigenetics and experimenting with fiction. I am represented by Jessica Woollard at David Higham Associates. For commissioning or broadcasting queries, you can write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.