Leaders in Heels
I am the Lifestyle and Careers Editor at Leaders in Heels, an online magazine for people – mostly women, but the dudes are welcome too! – who are looking to succeed in both their professional and personal lives. While I do assist in getting articles up on the site from a slew of talented professionals, I also write a bit too – here, lookit

Out In Sydney
I am a reviewer and writer for OutInSydney, a website that tailors content specifically for the Sydney market, covering areas such as dining, nightlife, entertainment and arts, people, style and more.

Weekend Notes
I am a writer for WeekendNotes, a website aimed at informing the online community of all the entertainment possibilities for the Sydney area. With categories such as school holidays, seasonal festives and pubs, WeekendNotes aims to provide fun for any kind of crowd.

The Iris
I am a film reviewer for The Iris, a site where a group of independent Australian writers (i.e. dorks) talk about film, TV and pop culture. Featuring reviews, interviews, news and more…

What’s On Sydney
I am a theatre and events reviewer for What’s On Sydney, the city’s leading website where Sydneysiders can find out what is on in Sydney. The site is committed not only to providing valuable information but to also support the entertainment industry by giving them a free or low cost promotion.

For a more comprehensive list of the articles I have written for the outlets above, please click here.

Australian Vet Journal
I used to have a gig as a Communications Officer for a company that supplied veterinary products.  The brief was to write articles to support a campaign awarding vet clinics on the basis of excellent service.  Here are two articles I created to support our furry friends (and the client):

Australian Vet Journal article 1 and Australian Vet Journal article 2

Sydney Fringe Festival 2011
In 2011, I was able to co-write and co-produce a play, Aussies of the Magic Mic and Adobo Kind, with a friend.  Performed at the Italian Forum Cultural Centre, it was both a labour of love and the most nerve-wracking experience I’ve ever had in my adult life.  Google it.  There’s a YouTube clip and everything.