Who?

Thanks for checking out my work.

I’m a writer and photographer who specialises in international aid/development and travel. I’ve produced content for organisations including AusAID, Australia’s Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade, The World Bank and the Commonwealth Secretariat.

My freelance work has been published in publications including AsiaLifeBusiness Spectator, Get Lost, Herald Sun, Jetstar Magazine and NineMSN Travel. This site is here mainly as a portfolio of sorts, essentially a place where I can put up some of my recent work.

A bit more…

Between 2009 and 2012 I lived in the Solomon Islands, the group of 900 islands between Papua New Guinea and Vanuatu, working for the Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands (RAMSI) – the Australian-led response established following years of civil conflict in the Solomons. My work with RAMSI saw me travelling around, camera and notebook in hand, to document the work of the 15 Pacific countries that are helping the Solomons get back on its feet. Prior to moving to the Solomons, I worked for over four years as the Communications Manager for Melbourne Airport.

Why you might be interested

I specialise in communicating the work of aid donors and NGOs and the impact of their work. Having lived in the heart of the Pacific for almost four years, I understand how to drive change through individual stories and case studies, and the importance of telling those stories responsibly and respectfully.

Contact
If you’re keen to get in touch, feel free to send me an email. I’m also on Twitter, InstagramFlickr and LinkedIn.

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