I am an Australian multimedia journalist covering the Middle East, Africa, and Asia. My recent work includes reportage on the war against the Islamic State in Iraq, kidney disease in Nicaragua, the heroin epidemic in Myanmar, the collision of health and religion in India, and most recently, the environmental impact and human displacement caused by damning the Mekong river in Laos and Thailand.

Additionally, to years of field experience, I have also graduated with a BA in Journalism from Macleay University, in Melbourne.  During my studies, I spent a month with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's flagship current affairs program, The 7.30 Report. I also have experience working with data and producing both video and audio content for online and television.

In 2017, I was awarded a Wellcome Trust Image award for my reporting on a rare form of Kidney Disease in Nicaragua. That same year, one of my images was also shortlisted for the Lancet medical photograph of the year.

As of 2018, I am a member of the Hong Kong based, SOPA Image agency and a regular contributor to Arena magazine based in Melbourne, Australia.  



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The Guardian

The Diplomat

Al Jazeera Media

Huck Magazine

The Observor

Bauer Media Group


Arena Magazine

Al-Araby (The New Arab)

Monovisions Magazinee