If I don’t want to be a journalist, I am a rugby player.
I have chased the oval in Europe, Australia and the US. My last club was Belsize Park in London, but I don’t want to think my playing days are already over.
In March 2016, The Guardian asked me to join them on a video about the Six Nations tournament, and Italy’s progress. You can see it here.
I have been asked to share my expertise with various publications, following the work I did on some stories. Here, you can see me being interviewed by BBC News on the scandal that led to the dismissal of Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson.
Growing up, I worked in bars and restaurants to make ends meet.
I have served champagne to high-fashion models, and whisky to war correspondents.
I would never turn down an invite for a drink.
For two years, I was the bartender at The Frontline Club, a fantastic place to network for a wannabe journalist.
I also wrote for their website, sometimes.