With over a 1000 published articles and thousands of listeners across three different countries, my journalism career has taken me right across the globe and given me a large amount of experience through both print and broadcast media.
My first role as a professional journalist was with Tasmanian Life magazine as a sports journalist between 2012 and 2014. During this time I wrote numerous feature length articles with a focus on major sporting events and local grass roots sport within in Tasmania.
Between 2015 & 2016 I worked as journalist at Tasmania’s leading newspaper The Mercury. Here I worked in a variety of different areas, including serving as the head journalist at community paper The Derwent Valley Gazette, as well as covering sport, entertainment and general news.
After moving to Invercargill in New Zealand in 2018, I worked as the Southland regions reporter at the Otago Daily Times, before switching publications to work at The Advocate South and The Southland App.
In 2020 I moved to Canada, where I was appointed the sports & entertainment reporter at The Capital in Victoria, BC. This work was alongside my role as daily news podcast host for the website.
Outside of my published work, I have had a successful online journalism career.
Since 2019, I have been a regular contributor to sports website The Roar where I specialise in Formula 1, Australian football and ice hockey content.
Prior to this I served as a journalist for the motorsport website richardsf1.com (now motorsportm8.com) between 2012 and 2014.
I strive in having a high attention to detail and producing engaging, informative content, particularly in both sport & entertainment. My written journalistic skills have also combined perfectly with my broadcast abilities through a variety of my roles in the past.
If you wish to see some examples of my published work, check out the image gallery below.