Journalism seems such a lofty word for what I do.

In my mind, I just go on adventures and write about them.

I don’t have any formal training. I started out as an advertising copywriter and shifted across to travel writing when I got bored writing what finicky clients wanted me to write about.

I began by writing books. And when they proved successful, I was approached by publications like The Sydney Morning Herald in Australia and The Times in the UK to write stuff for them. 

I wrote a regular column in Maxim and TNT magazine and was the ‘travel expert’ for the morning show on the Triple J radio station in Australia.

When my daughter was born and my life on the road was curtailed I got a job as the Associate Web Editor for Wanderlust magazine. I got to experience the other side of the fence. And write a lot of listicles!

Since the pandemic, I’m doing freelance stuff again. I’ve joined the British Guild of Travel Writers and I’m open to commissions.

Get in touch if you’ve got something in mind.


Latest work

Inspiring Antigua

P&O Cruises – Moments | Online

How to create a travel podcast

World Nomads | Online


Culture in Kaunas: Why visit Lithuania’s second city in 2023

Wanderlust | Online

Hidden America: US Capital Region

Wanderlust | PDF


How to see the Northern Lights on a budget

WanderlustOnline

Under £250: Hitch hike around Kosovo

Wanderlust Online


7 things to do in Iceland in the rain

Wanderlust | Online

Antigua’s 7 best beach bars

Wanderlust | Online


57 ways to die in Livorno

The Vagabond Imperative | Online

Your guide to the annual Steampunk festival in Lincoln, England

The Vagabond Imperative | Online


7 brilliant things you must do in Alexandria, Virginia

Wanderlust | Online

Vieques: the Puerto Rican island that literally glows in the dark

The Vagabond Imperative | Online

Malta’s beautifully enigmatic doorways

The Vagabond Imperative | Online

Bull racing in Indonesia (Peter Moore)

The crazy and chaotic world of Indonesian bull racing

The Vagabond Imperative | Online