Freelance writer and journalist. Writes on topics and issues impacting the Asia-Pacific region and international affairs that intersect with regional interests.
Favourite media channel and platform ? Digital online channels and platforms.
Founder and editor of PacificEyeWitness.com
Snapshot of former writing and journalism roles:
- Acting News Editor, National Pacific Radio Trust/Pacific Media Network
- Pacific Radio 531pi commentator on social, political and business issues.
- TVNZ news producer
- TVNZ foreign news producer and early morning Breakfast Show producer
- TVNZ FairGo researcher.
- Radio producer for Pacific Radio531pi’s political election show
- Radio show co-host for Pacific Radio531pi political election show
- Freelance NZ Herald Columnist 1998-2000
- Subcontracted HarperCollins chapter writer 1996-1998
Random Fact #1: Started a short-lived blog in 2017 called Unsung Science writing stories of little known discoveries in science and medicine. It gained traction in a short space of time. Unfortunately, it’s now forced into retirement due to severe time constraints. If you were a follower of Unsung Science and want to see it online again, click on contact
Random Fact #2: Started and completed an online mobile coding app class during the 2016 Christmas holidays. Created a mobile app for the first time ever. It took the mystery out of creating apps.
Random Fact #3: Took a crash course in data science a few years ago.
Not everything I have written, reported or produced for radio, television or print is available online. In the early days of the Internet in New Zealand from the late 1998 onwards, media organisations only published in a limited fashion online. And not everything I’ve written online is available online.
Much of this website acts as a collection point that allows me to curate content, mostly quotes, from some of the world’s original thinkers and minds on topics such as change, creativity, wisdom and the environment.