2018 – A feature from China for Vox about tracing a mysterious message across the world to understand how what we buy is made.
2018 – A report from Lebanon for Wired, about how social media accelerated Egypt’s revolution, but those same services have now become a tool of control for a repressive regime
2018 – A feature for The Atlantic about a sex tape, a woman’s suicide, and ‘the right to be forgotten’ from the Internet.
2018 – a ten minute video and report for the Guardian from Puerto Rico, as the island recovers from hurricane Maria six months on.
My report exposed how FEMA, the US agency responsible for disaster relief, is denying frontline services life-saving aid.
Watch the video report, and read the article, here.
2018 – a feature from Dominican Republic for BuzzFeed News, about how the murder of a pregnant teenager has exposed the horrors faced by young women in the country, where abortion is illegal.
2018 – An exclusive for BuzzFeed News. My report found a top editor at Reuters was fired after being accused of sexually harassing a subordinate for ten months. Months later, he landed a job as an executive at Newsweek Media Group. I discovered that he was hired despite two employees warning management to investigate the circumstances as to why he was fired from Reuters.
As a result of my report, he was placed on leave by Newsweek pending an investigation.
2017 – An interview for the Guardian with the two sons of a father who killed their mother and sister.
Read the article here.
2018 – An investigation from Lesotho for CNN, into how women and girls gain access to abortion procedures through social media. While reporting, I uncovered a trade where rogue doctors operate an underground abortion business.
Part of this report involved me posing (online!) as a 14-year-old girl.
2015 – An interactive report for BuzzFeed News. I designed and wrote a piece in which I followed the struggle of a young man in Turkey via a conversation on WhatsApp.
The piece was nominated for a British Journalism Awards as part of BuzzFeed's New Formats team.
2016 – An investigation for BuzzFeed News. I uncovered one apparent incident of a rape aired in real time and asked what it means for the companies that host this content.
The piece was the subject for a segment on BBC Radio 4's 'Women's Hour'.
2017 – A report for the Guardian about Myanmar, press freedom, and a man named Sona.
Read the article here.
2018 – A news feature from Malawi for CNN about how social media is weaponised as a tool to shame, harass, and attack women.
And here's a second report (and video) I did from Malawi, also for CNN: 'I'm beautiful, but I'm dangerous': Consent classes teach children no means no.
2017 – A report from Rwanda for the Guardian about the exiled Burundian journalists who say decades of balanced post-conflict reporting is being dismantled by President Nkurunziza.
The Burundi government condemned this article as "fake news" on Twitter.
2017 – A report from a rescue boat between Libya and Italy, about the sexual violence women escape at home, and then endure on their way to Europe, for the Washington Post.
Read the article here.
2017 – An opinion piece about the far-right activists attempting to block NGO rescue missions at sea, for the Washington Post.
2017 – my report for CNN on the men and women spearheading El Salvador's movement for women's rights.
2017 – An opinion piece for the Guardian about Donald Trump’s feigned concern for women’s rights.
2015 – A report for BuzzFeed News into gender violence and femicide around the globe. It was described by the New York Times 'Women In the World' as a "stunning exploration."
2017 – A report from Rwanda for the New York Times about a 300-strong group of women who are demanding access to Burundi’s peace talks.
2016 – An investigation for BuzzFeed News. I exposed how tabloids recycle the same stories with the same dozen or so single mothers claiming benefits over and over again, and how they work with agents to coordinate media coverage of people living in near poverty.
2017 – A report from Guatemala City for the Guardian into the governments failure to protect 41 girls from dying in a fire at their orphanage.
2016 – A report from Germany for BuzzFeed News about the sex attacks on New Years Eve in Cologne.
2016 – A report for BuzzFeed News about how girls who escape ISIS still face the task of taking back control of their lives.
2016 – A report from Belgium for BuzzFeed News. Forty-eight hours after the attacks, I found the survivors of the Brussels airport bombing trapped in a defiant city and unsure of what's next.
2017 – An op-ed for Teen Vogue about the feigned concern about women in the Middle East and how it's a response to outspoken feminism on the Internet.