Print, online and multimedia journalist
Writer, reporter and investigator specialising in:
business || media || politics || pop culture || cinema || television || music || photography || advertising || theatre || marketing || travel || education || community || finance
The stories collected below are merely a sample of my work. Please see my Pressfolio page for my main portfolio. For my full portfolio and resume, email [email protected]
Exclusive: Former News Limited boss John Hartigan's analysis of the state of the media and advertising industries.
Exclusive: Experts and commentators in the brand management and advertising fields weigh in on the potential impact of the then-undecided High Court case about the plain...
An Australian edition of 'Elle' Magazine has been confirmed for launch in 2013.
As Fairfax Media and News Limited restructure amid falling advertising revenue and circulation, industry analysts have argued newspapers will survive, with the major issue of...
The debate over government subsidisation of newspaper reignited when MPs called for it to be introduced to fund journalism.
Fairfax is advertising new roles internally as its voluntary redundancy scheme opens as part of the media company's wide-scale restructure.
Exclusive: News Limited's director of sales Tony Kendall warns Fairfax Media is endangering its future by ignoring its print products.
Popular Culture, Celebrity and Entertainment
A feature profiling some some of the television industry's most prolific Jewish talents. Written to celebrate the UN's World Television Day.
New year, new films. A preview of some January releases.
A profile of singer-songwriters Deborah Conway and Willy Zygier.
A profile of Australian actress Natalie Natalie Eleftheriadis.
A profile of 'Sea Patrol' actor Nikolai Nikolaeff.
With film festivals a dime a dozen these days, it's rare that any stand out from the rest of the herd. But Focus on Ability, raising community awareness about people living with...
A review of the Kevin Costner film 'The New Daughter'.
Love them or hate them, boy bands played a big part in defining music and culture in the 1990s. Here are some of the heavy-hitters.
A list of five albums from big-name music acts which, despite high expectations, tanked.
An interview with MoMA’s Jenny He, about working with Tim Burton and what we can expect from the exhibition at Melbourne’s ACMI.
Ah, band names. They truly can reach the height of ridiculousness! But for every Toad the Wet Sprocket and Thirty Odd Foot of Grunts, there are bands that go down a far more...
A list of five celebrity weddings, notable for their extravagance. Written for entertainment website Behind the Talent.