LionHeart is a TEDx Speaker, BBC Radio London Presenter, Award Winning Poet and International SpokenWord Performer. Author of debut poetry collection ‘The Mute’s Rebellion’, which excavates memories of social anxiety, selective mutism, upbringing, emotional vulnerability and more.
With recognition from the likes of Emeli Sande, Akala, Floacist (Floetry), The Voice and more, in addition to being commissioned by Warner Music Group, Lloyds of London, the BBC, the British Library for Shakespeare’s 400th birthday, Gillette, the CIOB and leading pharmaceutical companies worldwide.
The first Poet in Residence at the prestigious Saatchi Gallery exploring and creating works in response to the art work, pertaining to mental health.
The first Poet in Residence at Grimshaw Architects, as well as The Building Centre and other firms, exploring Architecture & Poetry's relationship around emotional inhabitance, and its connection to memory and mental health. Guest Speaker at Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) for their Copenhagen & London offices.
Previous Guest Editor for the Wellcome Collection in relation to their ‘Living With Buildings’ exhibition.
Worked/Performed for The HipHop Shakespeare Company, Rapport Agency, Southbank Centre, Shoreditch House, Viacom, Capitol One Finance, 4Talent and more.
Interviewed on WBLS & SiriusXM Radio for SubjectivityUK (Co-Founder). An international immersive discussion platform, making room for wider conversation, one city and one show at a time. Pioneering conversation for the next generation.
Winner of NYC's Nuyorican Slam. Appeared on Russell Simmons All Def Poetry in LA, performed at Camden Town's infamous Jazz Cafe, Shakespeare's Globe Theatre and various other prestigious stages in the UK.
Invited to 2019 Emirates Literature Festival, partaking in talks, performances, radio, book signings and more.