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,
Michael Clarke is fortunate that the Australian side he leads has shed so much experience in the past month – and is set to lose more when Chris Rogers retires at the end of this Ashes series.
Adam Voges Test career looks over while Michael Clarke’s continued to slide as Australia again collapsed in the third Ashes Test overnight.
When Shane Watson edged out Mitch Marsh for the all-rounder spot in the first Ashes Test, it was widely believed to be the veteran’s bowling which won him that battle.
After being vaporised at Lord’s, England must show true aggression by demanding a seaming track for the third Test to give their pacemen the best chance of bowling them to victory.
David Warner has showed evidence in this second Ashes Test that he is emerging from a slump, in an ominous sign for England.
Australia’s team for the first Ashes Test had an average age of 31, with six players 33 or older. They looked decidedly cumbersome in the field in comparison to England, whose average age was just 27.