We tell stories, and we are very good at it.
I started my career on evening and daily newspapers quickly learning the ability to find a new angle on the day’s news and turn a story around by deadline.
Since then I’ve produced thousands of stories for print in papers and magazines all over the world. I’ve been editor of newspaper supplements and top-selling national magazines, winning awards for both.
Since 2005, I’ve been freelance which gives me the ability to write on a range of subjects for a variety of different publications from Australian Women’s Weekly to The Farmer and take on new challenges, including ghost-writing books and conducting research for industry. My most recent and probably most rewarding challenge has been interviewing the survivors of suicide and producing a podcast series for Lifeline, Holding onto Hope.