Welcome to my portfolio.
My name's Harry, and I'm an Australian freelance writer in the travel and culture niche.
I've spent the last three years creating quality content for big-name digital brands such as Culture Trip, FluentU, Hotels.com, and the Google Arts and Culture Magazine. I also work as a copywriter, crafting compelling story-driven copy to convert leads into sales for everyone from luxury hotel wholesalers to outdoor adventure retailers.
I'm an avid traveller who's been to 71 countries and counting, so I'm capable of writing with authority on most major destinations on Earth. At present, you'll find me hopping between Asian hotspots as a laptop-wielding, WiFi-soliciting "digital nomad."
I've also been known to moonlight as a generalist content creator. Don't be surprised to see me pumping out B2B blogs for topics as varied as home renovations, food, and tech.
As a freelancer by trade, I pride myself on consistently delivering top-quality content in a timely fashion to exceed expectations. Rest assured I'll use the latest On-Page SEO techniques to give you the best chance of landing that lucrative front page ranking.
Go ahead and drop me a line through the e-mail icon below. I look forward to discussing how we can enhance your brand's content marketing strategy.
Steeped in tradition yet awash with modern extravagance, Qatar is a captivating blend of old and new. Ancient Arabic culture continues to thrive here, best experienced on a stroll through exotic souqs or on a sunset camel ride between the dunes.
Yearning to escape the pitfalls that modern living entails? While many inspirational Instagrammers would recommend a visit to one of the world's greatest metropolises, here are Culture Trip we know all too well that a quaint little village is the perfect antidote for those 21st-century blues.
"He who does not know the Chilean forests, does not know the planet," poet Pablo Neruda once said of his homeland. And after visiting the country's rich wilderness for myself, I'd be inclined to agree. First of all, you have the beauty of Chile's parklands. Then there are its high-altitude
Despite welcoming over ten thousand courageous riders each year, a mountain bike trip down Bolivia's Death Road is not to be taken lightly. After all, the route claimed up to 300 lives annually in its heyday, leading the Inter-American Development Bank to proclaim it the World's Most Dangerous Road
Adventure Travel / USA
Just because it's getting chilly outside doesn't mean you gotta stay cooped up at home. On the contrary, fall is an awesome time to get out there and explore the great outdoors. The crowds are manageable, travel is affordable, and the pastel-colored hues of our nation's astonishing foliage is proudly out in on display.
Ready to tour the U.S.A like a boss? Then give the plebs on those stuffy Greyhound buses a wide berth and opt for an epic all-American road trip instead. Throughout all 50 states, our awesome country boasts an intoxicating array of natural wonders and diverse communities to explore.
Summer is a-comin.' Come to think of it; it's already here, so now you've got no excuse to stay cooped up at home. Get out there and make the most of this beautiful balmy weather, dammit. But let's face it, hiking and camping are pretty hard work.
Congratulations, you're finishing school! What should you do next? Start applying for jobs? Enroll in college? Get on the fast track to medical school? Actually, why not take a break? No, not a one-week lake trip with your friends. Why not take an entire gap year? Rather than diving stra
So you've settled on a sea change. You're determined to pack up everything you own and relocate to a faraway location. But where? Perhaps somewhere exotic that still hangs on to its European roots? One crammed full of jaw-dropping natural landscapes, from craggy snow-capped peaks to kaleido
"A good traveler has no fixed plans and is not intent on arriving," Chinese philosopher Lao-Tzu once famously said. But as much as we'd all love to endlessly wander the globe, who really has the money? When most of us travel, economic responsibilities force us to stick to a fixed itinerary.
Learn the fascinating history behind this infamous Marxist revolutionary and how his legend will live on in a small town in Bolivia
The word 'Copacabana' was first thought to have originated in present day Bolivia from the Aymara phrase 'kota kahuana', which means 'view of the lake', in reference to Lake Titicaca. Later, however, a Spanish scholar discovered that ' Kotakawana' is the name of the Andean god of fertility, a fact backed up by the unearthing of several local shrines dedicated to the deity.
The reasons behind the geoglyphs are still unknown, despite a number of compelling theories. In the arid coastal plains of southern Peru lies a mystery that has baffled scientists and archaeologists for almost a century.
News / Journalism
Find out why you had better get in quick if you want to hike the Inca Trail in 2018
The innovative scientific company known as Wikiri has established a giant frog farm in a town called San Rafael, not far from the Ecuadorian capital of Quito. Here, some 12 species of exotic frogs are being born in laboratory conditions and raised in a series of high-tech vivariums. These colorful amphibians are then shipped off to the U.S.A, Europe and Japan for as much as US$600 each.
Find out why potheads have something to cheer about this July in the South American nation of Uruguay
Interested in a little Medellin nightlife? You're in the right spot, jefe. If you've found yourself in the "City of Eternal Spring" currently... ¡Bienvenidos! In your first day or two, you'll suss out the city sights, cruise up and down the cable car, and join one of those cheesy Pablo Escobar tours.
Learn about 17 traditional Peruvian dishes that make traveling to the country oh-so worthwhile
Find out where to eat the best food imaginable in each of Bolivia's main tourist destinations.
Discover Anita Tijoux, Chile's female rap sensation who focuses on social themes.
Find out everthing you need to know about the awesome music scene in Buenos Aires
Read about the traditional genres of each South American country including their best musicians and greatest hits
Finding the best website hosting service for your business is no easy feat. After all, you'll have to carefully evaluate the performance and security requirements of your website, then determine how much control you need. Easier said than done, right? Several different server types compete for market share, but today we'll examine just two: dedicated ...
Bolivia's undeveloped internet infrastructure is said to be among the worst in Latin America, with sky high prices making home connections out of reach for majority of the impoverished population. In fact, only 5.4% of Bolivian homes are online compared to the South American average of 42%.
You've forgotten to renew your domain. Regardless of whether you were too busy or didn't check your emails, it's now expired. Caput, vanished into thin air, gone back into the wild. And it might never come back. Sure, you messed up, but it could be worse.
Most of us have been invited to a party or function with the dreaded smart casual dress code at some point in our lives. Just as many of us, if we're being honest, have thought to ourselves "what the hell does that mean?" and gone straight to Google in search of answers.
Learn about the life and work of fashion designer Beatriz Canedo Patiño, Bolivia's incredible Queen of Alpaca.
Get the inside scoop on Bolivia's hottest fashion blogger Ana Lucia Gutierrez and her big brown eyes.