In 2017 I co-founded Kin & Kind, stimulating and creative workshops for parents. We currently partner with Kinderling Kids Radio to host a series of thought-provoking panel events about the philosophy of parenting. You can read about our successes here and here. Or join our community via our Facebook page.
For four months in 2016, I stepped in as Senior Editor of Collective Hub, a multi-platform publication with a fresh perspective on business, design, tech, social change, fashion and travel.
I regularly enthuse on all things travel for a range of Australian and international publications.
I'm the co-founder of Seven Suitcases: destination guides to inspire families to travel more intrepidly.
At Seven Suitcases we believe that travel shouldn’t stop when you have children. In fact, we know that having little ones in tow opens doors (quite literally) to experiences you’d otherwise miss out on altogether. Want to take tea with camel-drivers in Cairo, or visit a prince’s private castle in Rajasthan? Trust us: bring the kids.
Our global network of experts ensures that our recommendations are solid, extraordinary, and always family-friendly.
I've been making radio for over 15 years since starting out as a news and current affairs journalist at SBS. I've worked regularly at ABC Local Radio (Sydney & Darwin) producing live shows: sourcing talent, preparing scripts, editing audio packages, doing live-crosses from the field and assisting on outside broadcasts. I have also stepped into casual positions on Radio National writing well-researched briefs for current affairs programs.
Proficient in NETIA and iNEWS.
I was the producer of This Territory Life at the 2014 Darwin Festival. This two night, sell-out event featured a stellar line-up of local identities, unsung heroes and well-known faces sharing their unique Territory experiences.
I curated the speakers and worked with them to source images for a 'PechaKucha' style presentation, and develop their stories for a truly entertaining live performance.
From 2009-2011 I was features editor of the Centralian Advocate (News Corp), based in Alice Springs.
The Advocate covers one of the largest news reporting patches in the country, reaching across Central Australia from the South Australian border north to Tennant Creek.
During my time at the paper I covered everything from killer feral cats at Uluru to the cross-border issues surrounding renal dialysis, and took the photos.
*Thumbnail image: Artist Patrick Tjungurrayi (Papunya Tula Artists - Reproduced with permission)