I am a print and broadcast journalist who lives in Sydney, Australia.

I currently work as a reporter for the national newswire Australian Associated Press (AAP).

While here, I have reported on everything from bushfires to murder trials.

Before this,  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 freelancing in print, radio, online and photography.

I have worked for Deutsche Welle Radio, KBR68H’s Asia Calling, The Hindustan Times, YEN, Spana! Magazine, CLEO and newmatilda.com

Before moving to India, I was a journalist for the Village Voice, part of News Limited’s Cumberland/Courier newspaper group in Sydney. I reported on local news, events and people.

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 the world of skin suspension, the sentencing of convicted murderer Malcolm Naden and the lives of Rajasthani girls born into prostitution.

If you have a project or assignment on offer, please contact me.