Who I am
I am a journalist based in London, writing mostly for The Guardian, where I worked for five years as a reporter and editor. In that time I covered the search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, led commissioning on week-long series on Australian cities and urban heat, wrote a regular column on digital culture, and had my spending diary go viral. Now I mostly write features.
My work has been published in The Bedside Guardian 2018, The Bedside Guardian 2017, and The Best Australian Science Writing 2017. I wrote Why Everyone Needs a Nemesis for Hodder & Stoughton’s Everything Bad is Good For You audio series.
I was born in England, grew up in New Zealand, and worked there and in Australia before returning to the UK in 2017. My accent sounds much like you’d expect.