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Born in Leeds in 1999 and raised on a council estate, from an early age my parents instilled in me a love for history. In 2018 I uploaded my first video to YouTube, and have since acquired thousands of views and subscribers from all over the world, becoming one of the most visible young historians online.
Raised on historians like Fred Dibnah, I'm passionate about making history interesting, engaging, and accessible for all. As a Northern, working-class, non-academic historian and filmmaker, I provide a refreshing alternative to the norm.
I graduated from the University of Bradford in 2020 with a BA (Hons) in Peace Studies. In 2021 and 2022 I was featured in a national YouTube campaign highlighting regional creators. In 2021 I joined the British Association for Local History as Engagement Fellow and continue to support as Digital Content Coordinator.
In 2023 my first book, A Yorkshire Year, was published by Carnegie, an almanac of folklore, customs, and traditions - both ancient and modern - with something interesting for every single day.
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