I’m a freelance journalist based in Budapest, Hungary. I write mostly on geopolitics and the media narratives that dominate.

I was born and grew up in Ireland, but have also lived in the US, Russia, Germany — and now Hungary.

I studied political reporting at the Washington Center for Politics and Journalism and have degree in business studies and German from Trinity College Dublin.

My work has appeared in The Nation, Salon, Russia Direct, The Calvert Journal, The BRICS Post, Rethinking Russia, Russia Beyond the Headlines, RT, TeleSUR and others.

I speak semi-decent German and am embroiled in an ongoing battle with Russian.

Без труда не вытащишь и рыбку из пруда…

I am obsessed with my dog (and dogs in general) and I occasionally write about dog and animal related topics — as well as the odd piece on travel and history.

Oh, and I also occasionally work on copy-writing and editing projects.

(contact me for work here)