I make podcasts, radio and other audio content. My work has been published by Google, ABC, Channel Ten, Monocle, Bauer Media, Newscorp, The Wheeler Centre, the Australian Centre for Public History, 2SER and the Digital Writer’s Festival. 

I am skilled in all stages of audio production. I excel in interviewing and hosting. I am a capable executive producer and scriptwriter. I have an advanced understanding of the podcast ecosystem. I offer workshops and individual consulting on best practise for podcast distribution and promotion.

As a Senior Producer for History Lab, an investigative history podcast from the Australian Centre for Public History, I have produced award-winning episodes. History Lab won a silver award in the 2019 New York Festivals Radio Awards and was shortlisted in the 2020 NSW State Library Premier’s History Awards.  

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.

The Conspiracy Virus

The Conspiracy Virus looks at the proliferation of misinformation and conspiracy theory, through two topical and vitally important issues: vaccines and climate change. The series reveals the diverse reasons people come to distrust science and mainstream media, and the complex networks of information that draw people deeper in. While social media is undoubtedly a major factor exacerbating the spread of misinformation and conspiracy, there are hidden forces that sow doubt and give legitimacy to falsehoods that extend back beyond the creation of the internet.