I am a news and feature writer, currently based in London (United Kingdom).
I write mainly about science, culture, environment, society and tourism.
I started my career in 2002 at the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting Corporation. I worked as a journalist and researcher at Fars News Agency, Radio Javan and Radio Sedaye Ashena, among others in Iran, and in the international newspaper Asharq Al-Awsat more recently. I speak English, Spanish and Persian and graduated from the University of Hertfordshire with an MSc in International Tourism & Hospitality Management with distinction.
I learned a lot by working since the very early stages of Fars News Agency, which became one of the top news agencies in Iran, managing its science section.
I plan and organise marketing campaigns and manage social media pages for different companies and websites, such as Ninisite.
I have a broad set of skills and interests, a bachelor degree in Spanish, and as already mentioned an MSC in Tourism. I'm also into photography and keen in learning new languages (I'm currently studying Arabic and Italian as well).
I'm always interested in traveling and discovering new cultures, and so far I’ve travelled around Iran, UK, Thailand, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Gambia, Spain, France, Netherlands, Czech Republic, Sweden, Poland and Italy. In addition, I love reading (I always carry my Kindle with me), studying, keeping up to date with new technologies and practicing sports like swimming and basketball.
I am flexible, hardworking and I can adapt easily to new environments, I'm currently open to new professional adventures in the media, communication and digital marketing fields. As part of a team, my organizational and leading skills, and friendly attitude have been widely appreciated throughout my career.