I’m a senior journalist with 15 years’ experience in magazine reporting, writing and editing, and 5 years’ experience in digital content production.
After obtaining a BA (Communications) at Perth’s Murdoch University, I worked in advertising production and documentary research and production in London.
I moved to Sydney in 2000 where I worked as a freelance journalist and film critic while attaining a Masters of Arts (English) at UNSW.
In 2003, I was employed by Time Inc.’s Who magazine as a staff writer before becoming a senior editor focusing on news and human interest. My position also included being a correspondent for Who's sister magazine in the US, People.
Among my achievements at Who: an in-depth interview with Julian Assange during his early days in his embassy bolthole in London, overseeing feature articles on Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, Tony Abbott and David Hicks—and commissioning the first world exclusive interview with Janice Pinto, the daughter of the nurse who tragically killed herself in the Royal Hoax Scandal of 2012.
Now a freelance journalist, I’m available for reporting, writing and editing.