I have been published with The Guardian, Sydney Morning Herald, Sun-Herald Australia, News Deeply (Refugees Deeply, Women & Girls, Malnutrition Deeply and Women's Advancement Deeply), Quartz Africa, Devex, Thomson Reuters Foundation, Broadly (VICE), NPR, Mail & Guardian South Africa, AFP, Sunday Telegraph Australia, Marie Claire Australia and South Africa, Crinkling News Australia, SBS Australia, Christian Science Monitor, Take Part, Telegraph UK, The Daily Beast, Frankie, Chatelaine Canada, Pacific Standard, and many more.
I am originally from Murwillumbah in northern NSW, Australia. After completing year-long editorial assistant traineeship and a year-long cadetship with Australian Associated Press (AAP) in Sydney, I worked as an entertainment reporter and general reporter covering a broad range of stories.
In 2007 I moved to London where I worked for most of the UK national newspapers as a freelancer which included doing shifts for The Guardian and Sunday Times plus consumer magazines, trade journals, and others.
In 2012 I moved to Uganda but from there also covered stories in Rwanda, Tanzania, Zambia, South Sudan, Nigeria and South Africa.
I also spent nearly a year reporting from Bangladesh, Cambodia and Myanmar.
I have a BA in English Literature and Modern History from the University of Sydney, and am currently completing a masters degree in human rights remotely part-time from Curtin University in Perth.
I have dual Canadian citizenship and also the right to work in the UK.
In my spare time I enjoy running and swimming.