"I am an ex-physicist turned writer specialising in art, travel and culture, primarily focus on Budapest and surrounding regions. I work as a creative writer at Saatchi & Saatchi Budapest, but I also work as a travel/culture journalist. My work has appeared in a number of magazines, the most recent being: Condé Nast Traveler, Lonely Planet, SilverKris Airline Magazine, Oxford Words, Porthole Magazine, Oryx Airline Magazine, EnRoute Airline Magazine, TimeOut, Quartz, Paste, CNN, VICE, The Guardian, Draft, BBC, Slate & Atlas Obscura. \n \nI'm originally from the UK, but come from a mixed background of British and Hungarian heritage. I was born in Epsom, Surrey, but I grew up between East Sussex and Budapest. I have also lived in Spain and Germany, and worked for a few months in Georgia and India as well. \n"
Content and copywriter for beauty brands. Writing about off the beaten track destinations, mostly in Europe. Writing a few articles for CNN Travel's series on Budapest (2014), on Bosnia & Herzegovina (2015), and Georgia (2015) as a freelancer. Travel and culture writing and blogging with a focus on Eastern Europe, predominantly Hungary. Writer in various topics, covering Spain, Hungary, Portugal, Czech Republic, Romania and Croatia.