I make podcasts and audio content for a range of broadcasters and clients including Google, ABC, SBS, Monocle, Bauer Media, Newscorp, The Wheeler Centre, the Australian Centre for Public History, and the Digital Writer’s Festival.
I am skilled in all stages of audio production; my strengths are as an interviewer and host, executive producer and script writer.
I am represented by the Audiocraft Agency, an association of Australia finest audio makers.
I co-produced Brain on Nature, a critically acclaimed documentary podcast that examines the relationship between the natural world and the human brain.
I have made a range of branded content, for companies including Xero, Woman’s Day, CMC Markets, and NGOs including Cufa (an international development agency).
I was the executive producer and host of Fourth Estate, 2SER’s weekly media analysis radio show and podcast, for 2017.
I am one half of a regular podcast on language and idioms called The Expressionists.
What’s in a name? is a short series I created that explores how our identity relates to our surname.
I am a regular commentator on ABC Radio National’s Download This Show where I talk about technology, the internet, media and digital culture.
In July 1980 Australian history was made when a group of blue collar women took on BHP. The women wanted to work alongside the men at the Port Kembla steel works. And so began the nation’s longest running anti-discrimination case. The protest was unprecedented. 40 years later, the triumphant women tell their story.
The signature is one of the most fundamental tools used by the law to authenticate or identify a person. But strangely, the law struggles to define what exactly a signature is. I wrote and produced this episode of History Lab that looks at how Australia’s legal system has been inconsistent in how it has interpreted signatures of Indigenous people.
Death, money and family are the key elements in any last will and testament. But they make for a killer cocktail that unleashes a special force not present in any other part of the law.
I wrote and produced this episode of History Lab that looks at how the law determines your last wishes through some truly unusual cases.
I am co-producer of the podcast Brain on Nature. The six-part narrative documentary presents science and research around the relationship between of nature and the human brain. Brain on Nature is an independent self-funded podcast. We have received widespread critical acclaim across the world.
I produced this piece with Jason L’Ecuyer for KCRW’s 24-Hour Radio Race in 2019. It’s a short piece on what it’s like to find out you have cancer, then fight it.
“You’re going to have to have chemo, but it’s going to be pretty chill. That’s the way he sold it to me”.
My Mother’s Kitchen is a kind of deconstructed podcast cum roll-a-ball game mashup that centres on stories from the childhood kitchens of eight LGBTQI+ individuals. I produced it in partnership with Maeve Marsden’s Queerstories and Google’s Creative Lab.
For NAIDOC week 2018, I conducted interviews with prominent Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women and produced the audio to feature their stories on the Google Assistant.
Jenn White, host of the recent NPR podcast Making Oprah, stopped by the 2SER studio to talk podcasts, public media and the future of on-demand audio. Hosted by Olivia Rosenman.
Examining the life and legacy of the celebrated (and controversial) Danish architect Jørn Utzon, on the centenary of his birth.