Davina has worked as a features journalist writing and editing for leading publications across the world including Vogue.com, British Vogue, Financial Times, Observer and as a features writer at The Evening Standard. She is currently a UK contributing editor at Interview magazine. She also serves as contributing editor at new biannual print title, Violet, alongside world known film directors and actors across London and the States.

Davina has grown up on sets and has recently written/directed a short film and written/directed/presented a documentary.

‘Ezra Pound: The Last Cantos’ is a narrative short she wrote/directed/edited, which launched in October 2015. A documentary, she has written/directed about the history of British public libraries and their current demise, featuring Stephen Fry, Irvine Welsh, Amma Asante launched in September 2016 in UK independent cinemas to favourable reviews and is now available online at Curzon Home Cinema.

She is regularly asked to present on TV, BBC Radio, London Live to venues including BAFTA, the V&A and Conde Nast college; these are filmed by production companies for youtube and online streaming. She was asked to conduct the ‘in conversation’ press event for the launch of the Perfumers Story for the Kingsman film, which went viral. With a family interest also in motorsport, she also has grown up around race circuits, F1 and vintage cars and has presented at Goodwood Revival, Motorsport TV etc.

Davina has been written about and featured in many leading publications for her body of work, including Harpers Bazaar, Interview, Vogue Italia, ID, Lula magazine. She has been photographed by Rankin amongst others and starred in campaigns for designers such as Lara Bohinc jewellery, Ugg, Vogue Italia and is an ambassador for Nefera skincare.

She has an English Literature degree from University College London.