Bonny Hazelwood is a neurodivergent journalist, writer and general arranger of words from Brighton, United Kingdom.
Always thought of as ‘different’ but going unnoticed throughout school, Bonny was identified as/diagnosed with dyscalculia in September 2019. Although her condition comes with its challenges, like many neurodivergent people Bonny is proud of her differently-wired brain, and would never wish it to be cured.
Voted “Most Likely to be Prime Minister” at school, she is currently studying for a BSc in Psychology, and has held NCTJ accreditation since the summer of 2019. She also enjoys acting, and has turned her hand to a variety of roles including Viola in Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night, a young Marie Curie at an open-air STEM showcase, and bringing to life Cinderella’s dog Bruno through the magic of puppetry.
Bylines (as reporter/writer)
|BSc Psychology||In progress|
|NCTJ Diploma in Journalism||2019|