My role covers all aspects of the digtal output of The Yorkshire Post. I joined the YP in October 2019 and have overseen an exciting period in the history of the newspaper as we look to improve our digital offering and move into the digital age.
It's been an eventful and exciting time for me at for The Yorkshire Post so far, including helping launch a complete redesign of our website and a number of new ways to keep our readers up to date, including newsletters and push notifications. I still love the buzz you get when a big news story breaks, and it's an honour to do it for such a grand institution such as The Yorkshire Post.
My journalism career started at the Shropshire Star before moving onto my hometown newspaper the Express & Star in Wolverhampton. After that, I moved to the Nottingham Post where I worked for five years in a variety of roles, eventually leaving after spending two years as a deputy digital news editor.
Outside of work, I enjoy exercising, reading and watching sport and flms. Last year, I ran the London Marathon and have run a number of half marathons and 10ks, with some other challenges in the pipeline, including The Three Peaks. The Yorkshire Three Peaks is also on my list.