I'm a former contributing editor for Vogue Living and was launch editor of Homes To Love, a new brand and the online home of Australian House & Garden, Belle, real living and homes+ magazines.
While I'm known for my feature profiles and stories on design, I've written about a huge variety subjects including sustainability, health and fitness, food, lifestyle, entrepreneurship and small business. I've also been a ghost writer, theatre reviewer and written extensively about the performing arts.
Some of my stories
Developers Small Giants and Neometro are setting the bar high for property development, with award-winning apartment buildings that are price competitive and include pioneering community initiatives and design.
Australia’s prowling predator is either a vicious wild dog that attacks children and devours farm animals, or a loving and devoted pet as cuddly as a kitten. It just depends on whom you ask.
Growing demand for unique items with a handcrafted lineage has created a golden age for artisanal goods. Five Australian creators weigh in on why bespoke is best.
Workshop cooperatives such as Pop & Scott and &Company allow emerging furniture designers, craftspeople and the general public the space and equipment to give flight to their fantasies.
The handmade works of the late Japanese-American furniture maker George Nakashima have become collectors’ items for a reason.
Artist Juz Kitson uses her fascination with organic forms to create objects of unsettling beauty.
Spirited Sydney designer Tina Engelen reflects on lessons from the past and the intrigue of fresh challenges in Co-Ap, a new collaborative partnership.
Intrigued by the nature of daily rituals, Ilse Crawford creates a functional but poetic line for Georg Jensen.
With seemingly surgical precision and skill, designers and artists are transforming humble paper into whimsical works of art.
Gothic, futuristic, reptilian – the lofty columns of Swiss architect Michael Hansmeyer represent a new order for a digital age.
Photographer Filip Dujardin navigates the realms of the plausible and impossible with fictional architectural ‘photographs’.
Capturing the ambiguity of two-dimensional painted space in detail, artist Anna Kristensen challenges perceptions of reality.
Forget three month wait times for European designed furniture. In a futuristic twist on DIY, trailblazing companies are transforming the way they design, manufacture and deliver furniture and accessories.
Sydney designer Andrew Simpson's do-it-yourself kits means anyone can build and float their own boat.
Designer Faye Toogood introduces her second collection with provocative design exhibition and series of midnight dinners held within an 18th-century Milanese apartment.
Melbourne's Pieces of Eight gallery blends opulence with industrial cool in its collection of unique jewellery and objects.
Photographer Paul Barbera makes art from the work environments of artists in his ongoing photographic series.
The School of Life helps people connect often abstract, intellectual ideas to everyday living.
David Clarke, the enfant terrible of silversmithing, relishes any opportunity to challenge the conventions of his craft.
Sydney’s original urban beekeepers George and Charis Schwarz set the standard for a growing number of amateur enthusiasts.
Beirut-based studio Bokja is cladding fine-design objects in vivid, traditional fabrics.
The London design duo Studio Glithero revives Victorian flower pressing to pay homage to the art of blueprinting.
Artist Marco Fusinato blows my eardrums with a live performance at Artspace in Sydney.
Marc Newson is to design what Madonna is to music - an undisputed international superstar.
One of the most recent publishing projects I was involved in was as editor of the online interiors project HOMES TO LOVE.