I’m a freelance director and producer of short documentaries for TV and online. I work most often solo as a reporter who shoots, produces, films, edits and narrates. I’ve been fortunate to report from a few places across the globe, London, East Timor, Australia, South Africa, Sweden and Germany. I started my career in London for HuffPost UK as a writer and sub-editor on their blogs team. In 2015 I moved to Sydney and began working as a video journalist for HuffPost Australia in their launch team. I filmed short documentaries, profile pieces, news videos, live video and hosted podcasts.

December 2017 I began freelancing and in 2018 took six months off to travel before relocating from Sydney to Berlin. As a freelancer I have contributed to SBS VICELAND’s program ‘The Feed’, ABC’s ‘730 Report’, BuzzFeed Australia, BuzzFeed Germany and The Obama Foundation. I’ve also begun freelance producing for fiction productions, including as Project Co-ordinator for the TV Pilot of ‘Flatmates’.

AWARDS
Young Walkley Australian Journalist of the Year Awards 2018
Winner - Visual Storytelling:
Dangerous Games? (Short Documentary, SBS VICELAND ‘The Feed’)

Young Walkley Australian Journalist of the Year Awards 2018
Nominated - Public Service Journalism:
Can An Abusive Man Change? (Short Documentary, HuffPost Australia)

Young Walkley Australian Journalist of the Year Awards 2017
Nominated - Long Form:
The Toxic Relationship Between Men and Suicide (Short Documentary, HuffPost Australia)