I have been a regular and consistent contributor to Avenues and Latitude magazines in Canterbury for more than a decade and have had various front cover feature stories over that time. On going freelance in 2008, I spent several years as a part-time writer for Essence in Rangiora while also pitching regularly to national titles. 

Since 2008, my work has appeared in a number of national titles (NZ House & Garden, NZ Life & Leisure, AA magazine, Little Treasures, Good etc) along with The Press.

In September 2014, I was selected as Canterbury Community Historian, using this award to interview World War II veterans and write short biographies of their lives.

Over the years, I have worked on a short-term contract basis for clients including Priority Communications in Christchurch, as well as the Waimakariri District Council and MainPower in Rangiora. I regularly work alongside the communications team at the University of Canterbury and have been writing a monthly blog for an architectural client for some months now.

The story continues …