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About me


I was born into a large, busy family in rural West Sussex. I left school at 16 to study music for a while, and then joined the BBC as a secretary. I worked my way up to Director/Producer, working on a variety of BBC TV News & Current Affairs programmes, including National News, Breakfast TV, Newsnight and the Money Programme.

I left the BBC to run my own video production business, producing films for corporate, public sector and third sector clients.

I now bring my passion for travel, and empowering stories, to life in my debut novel ‘Eagle Sister’.


Inspired by real-world events and the extraordinary women I have met, my story-telling centres on themes of self-discovery, resilience, family and loyalty, celebrating the strength of women. I am drawn to narratives where female protagonists grapple with their predetermined paths, overcome adversity, and find strength in unexpected places.


I live in Buckinghamshire and am now working on my second novel, when I'm not hill walking, running, volunteering, cold water swimming and ag foghlaim Gaeilge.


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