India is the assistant editor at Dezeen. She joined the magazine as architecture reporter in September 2017 from the Hampstead and Highgate Express, where she was the London property editor.
She has a first-class degree in English Literature with History of Art from the University of York.
India began her career in magazine journalism as PA to the production director of Condé Nast, before landing an assistant role at online beauty magazine Get the Gloss.
She joined the Ham & High as a features writer before moving into property. She loves architecture from all around the world, but retains a soft spot for north London.
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