I have been a reporter for 12 years, and now travel the globe as a travel photojournalist, contributing words and images to about 20 magazines and newspapers across Australia, Europe, the US, Asia and New Zealand.
I contribute to a range of media outlets including CNN, The BBC, The Guardian, The Australian Financial Review, The South China Morning Post, The West Australian, Yahoo! and many travel magazines.
My travel writing and photography work has taken me to more than 30 countries and I've filed pieces for The Roar from countless far-flung locations.
Before becoming a travel photojournalist I spent nine years working at daily newspapers in WA where I variously was a chief crime reporter, political correspondent, health reporter, features writer and sports reporter.
- Member Since:
- April 2013
- Favourite Sports:
- AFL, Cricket,
Australia are comfortably the best ODI side in the world, having stormed to a World Cup win just months ago. England, meanwhile, are a perennially poor 50-over outfit and were a laughing stock at that tournament.
Over the past five years, Bangladesh have not won a Test against any side other than Zimbabwe. Yet they shape as challenging foes for Australia in the two-Test series starting in just six weeks’ time.
Ten months ago, Australian spinner Nathan Lyon’s was clinging to his Test spot after once again struggling in foreign conditions, this time against Pakistan in the UAE.
Peter Siddle has bowled with remarkable accuracy this final Ashes Test to push Australia within reach of an innings victory. But those claiming he was hard done by not to have been playing all series are re-writing history.
Had England won this fifth Ashes Test they’d have gone to second in the Test rankings. It could have given them an unrealistic view of where they sit as a side.
It was the best type of boring cricket. The run rate was trickling but, more importantly, the wicket column was static as Australia belatedly batted in Test fashion in the final Ashes match overnight.