I’ve been writing all over the shop for a good couple of decades. These are some selected highlights from the last few years—there are long trails of newspaper and radio work before this. But this is what you get for now. You don’t need to read my old film reviews, I promise.
I have a stubborn/stupid tendency to write for places that don’t have decent online presences, but feel free to ask me for PDFs of anything mentioned below. Recently I’ve been focussed on my own magazine but here’s a few more things I’ve done for Modern Farmer on Australia’s dairy wars, CNBC on Canada’s energy future, and my editorial from that time I guest edited one of my favourite mags, The Lifted Brow.
I’ve been a correspondent for Monocle in Canada, Australia, and the South Pacific. I’ve covered current affairs, business, lifestyle and culture for both the magazine and Monocle 24 radio. I’ve interviewed everybody from prime ministers, foreign ministers and multinational CEOs through to artisan bakers and avocado farmers. Lots of mayors, too. So many mayors. Here are a couple of my favourite features (mostly paywalled, ask me for the real deal).
One of my favourite relationships over the years was with the now sadly defunct Australian magazine Smith Journal. I’m not sure where to even start cataloguing the kinds of things I wrote for them (and none of it is online), but let’s give it a go.