Beth is a spoken word poet and educator. She writes and illustrates her work about philosophy, loss, gender, astrophysics, sexuality, politics and the body. She lives in East London and performs in venues across the country and on an international scale.

Beth recently went viral on BBC3, with her poem 'PINK' receiving over 4 million views and 35 thousand shares, and is one of ITV'S voice of the people- featuring on television regularly for Nationwide. Beth also featured this month on BBC1 with her poem 'Lightbulb'.

Beth has featured alongside Kate Tempest in DIVA as one of the leading poets in her field, and is the GENESIS slam winner. She has been the headline act in performance venues across the world, with sell out performances at places such as at the Poetry Cafe in Covent Garden, the Phoenix Theatre in the West-End, the writers Festival in Melbourne Australia, and Le Chat Noir in Paris.

Her poetry has featured alongside with Andrew Motion, the former poet laureate, in the Victoria and Albert museum, and she regularly features on the London Spoken Word scene, with performances at Spoken Word London, Forget what you heard, NSFW, Spaeken Shoreditch, Spout Shoreditch, and many more.

Beth has spoken on Broken Verb Radio and Hoxton FM about the strong links between poetry and mental health. She recently spoke at Congress Hall, about LGBT issues and how poetry can be used as a catharsis for people with bipolar disorder, and featured at L-Fest, speaking at the festival about sexuality and mental health. 

She runs workshops for young people who have trouble accessing mainstream education, and often performs at charity functions, most recently for MIND, CalAid and Oxjam. She has taught workshops all over the world, in places such as The Royal Shakespeare Company in Paris, to the Melbourne City library.

Beth is featured as the top 100 writers in the London Spoken Word Anthology, and most recently had her work featured by the Times columnist; who published her poem 'Astronaut'. Beth was a guest speaker at the London LGBT poetry festival at the Ace Hotel in Shoreditch, and most recently at Amnesty International, dissecting feminism and sexuality. She is currently working on a commission for The Courtauld Insititute of Fine Art, in Somerset House.

If you would like to get in touch, please send her an email or a message on her Facebook or Instagram page.