I’m the Australasia Reporter for New Scientist magazine.
Before writing about science and its effect on the world for New Scientist, I was a full-time medical journalist and freelanced for publications around the world about a variety of topics. Before that I studied, researched, and taught philosophy at The University of Sydney.
You can see a selection of my published work here.
In 2014, my feature ‘The Now Delusion‘ was selected for inclusion in Best Australian Science Writing 2014, published by NewSouth Books. In that year I was also one of three finalists for the prestigious Eureka Prize for Science Journalism. I was also runner up for “Journalist of the Year” and winner of “Single Article of the Year” in the Publishers’ Australia Excellence Awards and a finalist in the Luminous Award again.
I also like to take photos. I think some of them are ok. You can see a few of them here.