Freelance journalist, reporter and writer, I studied comparative literature, political sciences and journalism. Since 2004, I have been working in print, television and radio (for the BBC World Service, CBC, Reuters, DW, France 24, RFI, Vox Africa, etc).
Drawn to travels, I have lived in Prague, Miami, Paris, London, Nairobi, Bangui (in Central African Republic) and Bristol, travelling to more than 14 African countries in the past 10 years, 40 countries in total.
In October 2019, I’m starting to teach journalism at BIMM Bristol.
Writing is my favoured means of expression, on literature, arts, social change, music & politics, for the likes of The Public Art Review, Transfuge Magazine, Skin Deep, The Bristol Cable, Bristol 24/7, CIRCA Art Magazine, Public Pressure, The Times Literary Supplement… I write for different art reviews and am about to write for a new cultural magazine to be launched in London in November
My first book, ‘Massive Attack – Out of the Comfort Zone’, on Bristol’s music, art and politics, was published in the UK in March 2019. I also write fiction – short stories, novels, theatre, still unpublished for now.
Lastly, I have just been named the new writer-in-residence at the Arnolfini Gallery.