My articles and multimedia projects have also been published on platforms such as the Guardian, ABC, Al Jazeera, NPR, News Deeply, ZINC and The Diplomat.
In 2017 I was awarded a grant from National Geographic as one of their Young Explorers to continue my reporting on the conflict in Kachin State, in the north of Myanmar. I was also a Climate Tracker fellow in 2017. Currently I am based in Yangon, Myanmar, where I have been working as a journalist and media trainer for three years with Democratic Voice of Burma, one of Myanmar’s first and largest independent broadcasters.
Before moving to Southeast Asia I worked as a Researcher, working closely with the producers for Australia’s national broadcaster’s flagship program, Foreign Correspondent, putting to air documentaries on the US embargo lifting in Cuba and renewable energy solutions for Australia from around the world.
When I'm not working behind a camera or with a pen in hand, I love to travel -- stagleaping into new territory or sharing a yarn with farmers and trekking up a mountain.
My passion is telling unique character-driven stories and innovative journalism that looks at solutions, not just the problems.