Writing

I have worked as a freelance writer and content creator in both Australia and the UK.

My main areas of interest are politics, community news, careers, feminism, mental health, climate change, the arts and popular culture.

Although the majority of my experience has been in journalism, I have also written B2B content on a variety of subjects. I enjoy researching new subjects, finding interesting angles and making complex topics accessible and engaging. 

I can also write website copy, social media copy and create digital newsletters.

B2B

The business advantage of a website that grows

Why Your Website Needs To Evolve with Your Business

Politics

The progressive challengers taking the fight to Tanya Plibersek 

The doctor is in: Labor’s Bennelong gamble

Greens go back to grassroots with Wentworth byelection

Liberals trounced in eastern elections

All Betts are off for Waverley election

Randwick elections will be a close call

Woollahra stands strong

PM a ‘hyperactive people person’, says supporter

The Cult of Malcolm

Community news

Woollahra Council does 180 on skate park

Bikers break bread with MPs

Making waves in Waverley

Is sharing really caring? 

Eastern suburbs renters demand relief

Cheers, it’s time for Last Drinks

Sex and the City

Don’t Just Mourn For Oxford St’s Rainbow Crossing-DIY One

The Good Hood Rewards Your Green Living Ideas

Careers

5 Dating Tips That Also Apply To Job Hunting

I Spent 7 Years In A Call Centre And Made It Out Alive

Reproductive rights

The Global Quest for Parenthood: an in-depth look at IVF tourism (group project)

Published in UTS Women’s Collective’s yearly publication, ‘I’m Not Sorry’: Overseas students confused about abortion laws and ‘invisible to policy makers’

Abortion in NSW: The Facts  (all articles written by me)

Abortion still illegal in NSW

OPINION: NSW’s draconian abortion laws

Mental health

Physical Activity and Mental Health

Mindfulness for Arabic Speakers Works

Sista Speak and Bro Speak in Moree

WayAhead Program Met My Needs

LGBTI and anxiety

Recovery in Art

Arts and culture

Fake News makes waves

Bondi Pavilion perseveres

City of Sydney turns up the music

REVIEW: Asking For It 

Say no to yes-men- the wisdom of Gonski

A hint of Hemingway at Festival opening party

REVIEW: Feel and Think: A New Era of Tokyo Fashion

PREVIEW: Danny Bhoy, Dear Epson

PREVIEW: The Worst Kept Secrets

PREVIEW: Killer Cooks

Food and drink

The Nine Best Bloody Marys in Sydney 

The Best Fish ‘n’ Chip Shops in Sydney

The Ten Best Desserts in Sydney 

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