I have a Pass with Distinction in MA Fashion Journalism and Promotion and a variety of published writings over 20 years to my name, including The Independent, The Observer, Vogue, Esquire, New Zealand Style, Fashion Capital, 4Talent, and iVillage.
Initially I freelanced as a fashion journalist, then moved on to the arts and deaf issues, contributing to Disability Arts Online, ArtsHub, The Hearing Times, Suite 101, and British Deaf News. Most recently, I reviewed Deafinitely Theatre’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream production for Disability Arts Online.
I’ve also edited several publications online and in print, most notably British Deaf News and a mini-edition of The Fashion Book (published by Phaidon Press), the original of which I co-wrote and proofread.
In the capacity of Founder-Director of Salon, I edited, wrote and produced The Lounge, an in-house hybrid bulletin that explored conceptual deaf visual art ideology every three months and can be viewed on this website in pdf.
Today I blog at Disability Arts Online and the Huffington Post about parenting, deaf issues, disability, the arts, and film. A third blog, The Mostyn-Thomas Journal, which I kept for three years following my daughter’s diagnosis with multiple disabilities, has since been turned into an e-book, My Daughter and I, which you can buy in Amazon’s Kindle store.
My first ever stage play, How’s Your Garden?, was released as a sample in 2014.
To get an idea of my writing style, just click on ‘Writing’ at the top of the page to browse the dropdown menu.