Daisy is a poet and producer from Cambridge. Alumni of the Roundhouse Poetry Collective 2016, she has performed regularly across the UK, and at festivals such as Bestival, LoveBox, Nozstock, Fling Festival and the Edinburgh Fringe. Notable venues include: The Roundhouse, Battersea Arts Centre (for Homegrown Festival), Royal Albert Hall (for Hammer & Tongue National Slam finals 2014 & 2015), LOST Theatre (for the Five Minute Festival), Cambridge Junction, ADC Theatre, Anglia Ruskin University, Royal Holloway University, University of Cambridge, and the infamous Bowery Poetry Club in New York.
She is a founding member of the London Queer Writers network, curating monthly open mic event Speak=, as well as facilitating regular monthly writing workshops for the LGBTQ+ community in London (currently online). She has been recently published in Home Anthology (Colliding Lines), Impossible Archetype online journal of LGBTQ+ poetry and in the Bad Betty Shots series #3.
As a producer, Daisy worked closely on the #LendYourVoice campaign for The UK Lesbian & Gay Immigration Group, leading to their recent bold rebranding to become Rainbow Migration. Daisy lead the creative team and technical development (agency side) for this project.
She is one half of Radio Xaddy. A brave little podcast about Queer history and lifestyle.
She likes Sufjan Stevens, custard and trips that require strong backpacks.