Print and broadcast journalist working in London
From Naas, worked with the Kildare Nationalist newspaper after studying journalism in Ballyfermot College.
Moved to Britain in 2007, working part-time as a barman and a boxing coach, while training with Press Association and the Irish Post.
In 2011, wrote A Very Different County, which charts 12 different experiences of Gaelic Games in London.
Dubbed: "A great book with a great soul, about some great people" by Eamonn Sweeney in the Sunday Independent and "A modern cult classic" by Gaelic Life.
Now on the recommended reading list in UCD. where it's probably gathering dust.
For 12 months, anchored the Friday Night Sports Show for ONFM in Fulham and covered the London Riots and the eviction from Dale Farm in Essex for RTE's News at One and Drivetime.
Five great years with The Irish Post writing people's stories, so far so good
Broadcast a weekly slot on Manchester's Full Irish Radio Show and dream about Kildare winning an All-Ireland.
On twitter @Mulhernrobert