I am a print and broadcast journalist who lives in Sydney, Australia.
Until recently, I was living and working in India’s most populated city, Mumbai. Here, I burnt my tonsils on vada pav and mastered the Indian head wobble, while roaming the country working for print, radio, online and photography.
While in India I worked as a freelance journalist, reporting on people, culture and current affairs. I hit the clay and discovered the dirty, sweaty world of traditional Indian wrestling and visited a small clinic in Rajasthan’s desert which claims to be able to rehabilitate heroin addicts in just 10 days.
Previous to this, I worked as a subeditor and was involved with the publishing company Career FAQs, co-authoring the book Education: Jobs that inspire others.
Read about my traveling adventures and thoughts on living in Mumbai at Lost in India. Watch multimedia on India’s festival celebrating the elephant God, Ganesh, and learn about the dirty, sweaty world of Kushti, the country’s traditional wrestling.
Browse my portfolio and explore such stories as, Laos’ tree houses, the world of skin suspension and the ongoing tragedy of Bhopal – the site of the world’s worst industrial disaster.
Naturally, should you have a project or assignment on offer, I welcome your contact.