Interviewed Junior Boys for Subbacultcha’s festival guide to Where The Wild Things Are 2016. Only available in print, here is a link to the cover page with my writing credit. And here is the interview text at the stage of its final edit: Skype interview by Callum McLean Don’t be misled by the name: Junior […]

Interviewed rising alternative pop singer/producer Empress Of for a feature in Subbacultcha’s new quarterly magazine. Issuu As Empress Of, Lorely Rodriguez can be the boss of anything. Whether it’s the production of her album, her sense of self in an unjust world or just her morning coffee, she is in complete control. As Lorely, she’s […]

Came 2nd in Exeter’s Xmedia Awards for my preview of Squiffy Cabaret’s ‘No Filter’, judged by BBC Sport’s John May. Online article Issuu In new performance ‘No Filter’, recent Exeter graduates Squiffy Cabaret set to deconstruct contemporary young-womanhood with songs about blowjobs, ‘girl code’ and pooing. Winners of the coveted 2014/15 Bike Shed Theatre Graduate Company Residency, Anya […]

In January and May 2015 me and my friend Chloe Parkin took the initiative to organise a disco to raise money for charity under the name of pro-diversity group English Disco Lovers. It was the first event of its kind in the city and since our two sold out events (raising money for Devon and […]

For a bit of a change I thought I’d have a shot at voice acting on the University of Exeter’s radio station, Xpression FM. So far in 2014-15 I’ve played a regular part in weekly soap opera Union Road and main roles in one-off dramas Westminster and I Fought in a War.

To save you having to trawl through all of the posts below, here are a few of my best bits so far, spanning radio presenting/production, music and culture writing, editorial experience, promotion and DJing. Deputy Editor at Exeposé Producer/Co-Presenter of Show & Tell Radio Interviewer and Feature Writer for Subbacultcha magazine (including Tune-Yards, Kero Kero […]

As something of an East India Youth super-fan, I was happy to interview the charming William Doyle at Latitude Festival this year, and then blub some more about how great his album was for Edinburgh-based blog GoldFlakePaint.