writer ~ producer ~ facilitator
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essays

adulthood is desperately clinging onto the decaying dreams you were sold as it's the only thing life in London has permitted you to own.

ultimately though, adulthood is admitting to yourself that God is actually love; giving and taking — transactional (Job 1:21).

When I have the time and feel clever I try and pour my thoughts into a coherent piece of writing. More often than not these go unshared and unpublished, but it's something I'm doing more of in 2018, so this page will look a lot less sparse..

How social media perpetuates hypermasculinity in black men, d’yundastan’?

How social media perpetuates hypermasculinity in black men, d’yundastan’?

a think piece drawing black men to the dangers of hypermasculinty, ego and misogynoir within our community, written at the time of the proliferating popularity of YouTube show BKChat London.

Rife: Twenty Stories from Britain's Youth, edited by Nikesh Shukla

my essay, The Latte Drinker That Spilt the Tea, addresses the gentrification of my home borough, Hackney. I describe the irony of never again being able to own a home there, and more broadly the impact of the process of gentrification on the local community.