Gold for best news coverage at 2017 ARIAS

During my time at BBC Radio 5 live I had the responsibility of working on a number of live programs while terror attacks were taking place. This included working the night of the… Continue reading

Australian lawyer quits to get Baked in Amsterdam

First broadcast October 21st on RN’s Blueprint For Living. I think everyone dreams of quitting their job and starting a new life far away; well Peter Ong, former lawyer and founder of Baked… Continue reading

Food Neighbourhoods: Malmö

First broadcast October 17 on Monocle 24. This is a piece I produced and recorded for Monocle 24’s Food Neighbourhoods series. Each week listeners get a tour of an area locals know for its… Continue reading

‘I couldn’t scatter my Dad’s ashes because of Ryanair’: daughter

First broadcast September 19, 2017 on BBC 5 live’s lates program with Phil Williams. Over 300,000 Ryanair customers had their flights cancelled in September 2017 after the airline miscalculated pilots annual leave. It… Continue reading

Presidential thank-you after monster rescue effort

When monster truck driver Derrick Morse volunteered to help after Hurricane Harvey, he had no idea he would get to meet the President.

BBC 5 live – social media

During my time at BBC 5 live I worked as an “interactive broadcast assistant”; this role involves turning around on-air content for social media. Working on both the Breakfast and Lates shifts I… Continue reading

AFL International Cup comes to Melbourne

First broadcast August 3 on ABC Radio Melbourne’s Drive Program with Ali Moore. In the lead up to the 2017 AFL International Cup I produced a radio story and video for ABC Radio… Continue reading

MONOCLE 24: Keeping port wine relevant

First broadcast June 30 on Monocle 24’s The Menu. This report looks into how producers of port wine are grappling with tradition and regulation to stay relevant in an increasingly competitive market. I… Continue reading

Meet the Melbourne trained chef serving an Aussie style breakfast in Paris

First broadcast June 10 on RN’s Blueprint For Living. For years the world has looked to France and its capital Paris to learn how to cook and eat. But what can Australians teach… Continue reading

How will UK attacks impact on voters?

First broadcast June 6 on ABC Radio Melbourne’s Drive program with Raf Epstein. The UK has been hit by three acts of terror in less than three months: the Westminster attack in late… Continue reading