I have been a journalist for more than 12 years, including nine years working at daily papers in WA where I variously was a chief crime reporter, political correspondent, health reporter, features writer and sports reporter.
I now traverse the world as a photojournalist, contributing words and photos to almost 20 magazines and newspapers across Europe, Asia, Australia and New Zealand, including The BBC, the Australian Financial Review, The Guardian, Travel Talk magazine, Travel Ideas magazine, For the Love of Travel magazine, the South East Asia Globe, Yahoo! and The West Australian newspaper.
I specialise in travel and sport, and my travel writing and photography work has taken me to more than 30 countries.
- Member Since:
- April 2013
- Favourite Sports:
- AFL, Cricket,
There could barely be better circumstances for a spinner to make their Test debut than against the mediocre West Indies on one of the world’s most spin-friendly decks, at Roseau.
An in-form Alastair Cook makes England a vastly better and more balanced side. His return to touch has significantly changed the complexion of the upcoming Ashes series.
Peter Siddle’s incisive spells for Lancashire in County cricket over the past month have put him in strong contention to make Australia’s starting XI for the first Test against the West Indies next week.
Throughout this season, Port Adelaide have frequently been referred to as a member of the ‘Big Four’. The truth is, they don’t deserve to be bracketed with Fremantle, Hawthorn and Sydney.
Joe Burns and Peter Nevill should replace the retiring pair of Chris Rogers and Brad Haddin in the Australia Test and ODI sides respectively.
West Australian batsman Adam Voges is continuing to pile up runs, this time in English county cricket. But it could be his accurate left-arm spin that helps him earn a Test debut in the West Indies next month.