I’ve been a professional writer for 15 years now, so I’m proficient at juggling many projects at once without dropping any.
One of my first freelance gigs was writing for Arts Hub which gave me the opportunity to write about Melbourne’s vibrant arts scene. As an arts reviewer for Aussie Theatre, I lived the dream reviewing oodles of amazing live performances (and some not so).
Writing a comedy column for the AFL Record was a bit of a fluke. I knew nothing about football but, admittedly, knew everything about being a footy widow – someone abandoned by their boyfriend during footy season.
Since those early days, I’ve produced hundreds of articles for a range of print and digital channels including The Age and Sydney Morning Herald. For the past six years, I’ve been writing marketing content to help a tech business (which offers automated workflow solutions) convert frustrated project managers into happier human beings.
I’m the current editor of the Afterpay Touch Magazine. I’ve been writing technology, retail and marketing features for the magazine for well over a decade. (They should really put a ring on it.) I’m also a freelance travel copywriter and have visited many amazing destinations via my keyboard.
I’m a self-confessed efficiency nerd. Don’t judge me.
*Image by Ashleigh Dondio