Freelance journalist, content writer and story teller with six years experience at a major metro newspaper.
Delving into the delicious food scene of Portland, Maine in the USA.
Looking at the jobs of the future and how children can best prepare themselves for them today.
My first person take on the world's biggest party Carnival in Rio, Brazil.
My first person account of why I love Rio despite its problems since the Olympics.
An in depth look at one of the worst massacres in Australian history, and the catalyst for the country's sweeping gun law changes years before the Port Arthur Massacre ever happened.
Looking at the increased crime in Rio after the Olympics symbolised by its wonder of the world Jesus Christ statue having crime problems and looking at Rio residents escaping to Australia because of the crime.
Covering the Sydney Lindt Cafe terrorist siege.
Rayssa Leal is the Skateboard Fairy, a 10-year-old Brazilian girl who counts skating legend Tony Hawk among her fans and who could be the best in the world when she grows up thanks to her fearlessness and freakish talent which have seen her videos go viral.
A look at Sydney's first body farm where bodies donated to science will be buried or dumped for forensic researchers to study in a bid to help police solve murders or missing persons cases under Australian conditions.
Going to school for children in Rio's poorest areas can be deadly as a result of out of control gang violence outside the school walls penetrating their safe space of learning. The charities trying to help favela children stay focussed and change their lives.
How high schools and learning for children will be radically different in 2030.
Humorous first-person piece about me and my fellow journalist friend taking on one of Sydney's biggest steaks.
How the University of Western Sydney’s new generation of self-sufficient solar-powered greenhouses, which aim to grow more food with less water, space and energy, could feed the skyrocketing world population as the climate fluctuates and land becomes scarcer.
A look at life under the water in Sydney Harbour where there's a lot more than just abandoned shopping trolleys.
The changing face of drug eduction in schools and why in the age of social media and easier access to drugs younger children need to be educated about them.
Profile of beloved fishing columnist Al McGlashan.
Humorous take on the coffee maker/drinker dynamic when a customer goes to another cafe for their caffeine hit.
Saying hello to two cute new koalas at Sydney's Featherdale Wildlife Park.
The great homework debate, do school children need more of it or less of it?
Why magpies and crows stalk and swoop humans when they're mating and how you should respond.
The true story of the tragic death of a Sydney schoolboy going out to a party at the hands of a ruthless teenage criminal and the police case to bring him to justice.
Advice for companies on how best to use video content to engage youth.
Looking at some PR blunders by Pepsi and PR in terms of youth engagement.