In my role as Trends, Distribution and Showcase Editor at National World, I oversee a team of reporters who split their time between optimising the must-read articles each day for Google News and writing articles about the latest trends. I often also write trending articles across the company’s biggest sites including the Yorkshire Evening Post, London World and Edinburgh Evening News. Originally from Luton, I began my career in journalism by studying BA English Language & Communication joint with Media and Culture at Oxford Brookes University. I then spent a year studying MA Fashion Journalism at UAL: London College of Fashion. Following my studies I spent time developing as a journalist with roles at Women’s Fitness, Women’s Health and Exquisite Essex. I spent five years as a Femail Reporter at MailOnline, where I enjoyed writing about fashion, lifestyle and royals. I was also responsible for overseeing photoshoots to pen articles on everything from shapewear to wigs. During my time at National World, I’m most proud of an article I wrote exploring the Queen’s influence on fashion. I love writing articles that reveal the impact famous people can have on our daily lives without us realising, with shows such as Love Island influencing our culture and the social media activity of celebrities shaping how we perceive the films and music they make. In my spare time, I can be found either in the gym, travelling, at the cinema, at a concert or styling my friends. Twitter is my favourite place to share my thoughts on the latest films and shows I’ve been to, while my Instagram is usually flooded with holiday snaps. My favourite book to bring on my adventures is Winning by Tim Grover as it’s full of motivation and case studies based on high achieving athletes.