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I was born in Leeds, UK, and at 4 years of age moved to Buenos Aires, Argentina. I spent 6 years at a bilingual, international school (St Andrew's Scots School) before moving back to the United Kingdom. My secondary education was spent at Prince Henry's Grammar School, a specialist language college, where I sat my Spanish GCSE 2 years early and my French GCSE 1 year early, attaining A* grades in both. I studied Spanish to A2 Level and received an A – alongside 3 further A grades in Biology, Chemistry, and Maths – before studying Pharmacology at The University of Edinburgh. Whilst studying, I worked as an English and Spanish tour guide during the internationally renowned Edinburgh Fringe Festival, also writing freelance content for music review websites.
After graduating, I returned to Buenos Aires for 6 months to work as an English assistant teacher at St George's College North. During this time I also worked as a freelance translator. Upon my return to the UK I spent a year as Creative Director of London-based travel and culture startup Imbarc, and amongst many of my roles, I was Chief Creative Copywriter, writing pieces on cultural and anthropological topics across the globe and different aspects of human society.
I now live in London, am studying an Art & Design Foundation Diploma at UAL, and work as a freelance translator, copywriter, journalist and video editor.