About

167490_10150841397636367_244250879_nI’m a multi-platform journalist, originally from Australia, now living in New Delhi and reporting across South Asia: in print, radio, video and online. I also dabble in commentary and consulting. I chiefly work for Monocle magazine and its rather popular online radio station, Monocle24, however I also contribute to a range of other outlets, including the ABC, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Christian Science Monitor, The National, The Caravan and others. I report on a staggeringly wide range of topics: from music to defence, from society to architecture, from foreign policy to sport. Recent stories include India’s nascent ska music scene and a look at the growing relationship between India and Japan.

I’ve interviewed the prime minister of Bhutan Tshering Tobgay, India’s former chief economic advisor Kaushik Basu, London Olympic medal-winning boxer Mary Kom, former Pakistani prime minister Benazir Bhutto, and several LTTE leaders throughout the course of my career.

Before moving to India in 2009, I spent many years as a television presenter, journalist and producer with Australia’s two government broadcasters, the ABC and SBS.

 My voice can sometimes be heard providing commentary and analysis on outlets around the world, such as Radio New Zealand and Deutsche Welle, and on occasion I’m called to appear on Indian television news panels to add my views on various issues.