Sadie has devised & written original comedy & entertainment for broadcasters including the BBC, Comedy Central, Sky & Channel 4. She received commendations at the UK Broadcast Awards & Rose d’Or Television Festival for comedy series Dinner Party. She won a BBC Talent competition for sketch series Sack the Writer. She worked as a writer for BBC Fiction Lab and Channel 4 Comedy Lab. She writes, produces & presents podcasts, docs and humorous slots for Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK). Since 2019 she’s collaborated on indie film projects with Contro Vento Films.  

    Sadie’s first foray into children’s stories The Wishing Machine was published in 2014. She was a contributor in a Celebrity Cookbook raising funds for The Prince’s TrustFrom 2019-2021 she wrote a column as ‘Miss Adventure‘ for HK Buzz. From 2020 her monthly humour column for RTHK Radio 3, Sharp Pains, inspired a series of goofy columns published in the South China Morning Post‘s Post Magazine. Her ‘3 terrifying short stories‘ were published as a 4-page feature in the festive edition of the SCMP‘s Post Magazine Dec 2021. In Dec 2022 Sharp Pains was long-listed for Helen Lederer‘s 2022-2023 Comedy Women in Print Prize.

    Her poem War of Voices was awarded a place in the 2020 Proverse Poetry Prize anthology Mingled Voices 5, which was published by Proverse and Chinese University Press April 2021. In July 2021 she performed the poem at the HKU Libraries Reading Club and recorded it for the Voice Your Passion poetry channel. Two of her poems, Imagine Nation and Tidal Slave, won places in the 2022 Proverse Poetry Prize and were published April 2023 in Mingled Voices 7. On Nov 24 she read Imagine Nation at Mind HK‘s event Poetry for Mental Health: The Healing Power of Words. She read Tidal Slave at the 2023 Proverse Spring Reception April 27.

    She’s a member of SCBWI, the Women in Publishing Society and the Hong Kong Writers Circle. Her short story Shitstorm was published in the Hong Kong Writers Circle‘s anthology After the Storm, which launched at the 2021 Hong Kong International Literary Festival. Her short story Toot was published in the HKWC‘s anthology A Book of Changes. Two of her humorous stories, The Foodie Poo and Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow, were published in the Women in Publishing Society‘s anthology Imprint 21. Both anthologies launched at the 2023 Hong Kong International Literary Festival, where she performed Bake Fail. Her dystopian story The Opposite of Truth was placed a runner up in Post-Apocalyptic Media‘s 2022 Short Story Contest and will also be published in an anthology this year.

    Her ‘rant‘ on the horror and dark humour of having a mental health condition that’s often muddied with the spectre of nuclear attack was published in the South China Morning Post‘s Post Magazine June 2022. She’s talked and written about mental health for blogs, magazines and charities, as well as in her docs and podcasts for RTHK. In Nov 2022 she took part in an exhibition of letters and artwork by Mind HK ambassadors to mark the anniversary of the charity’s More Than A Label campaign.