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Trivia Night: The Indie Film Setting New Standards in Comedy

The Huffington Post. May 12th, 2017

I spoke to New York Director Robert Gregson about the masterful, indie dark comedy Trivia Night

What We Do Next

Medium, January 23rd 2017

The Women's March on Washington was the biggest march after an inauguration in history. 5 millions marched around the world. Here I discuss what Trump's administration is already threatening, what the women's movement is defending, and how we must continue to speak out and act. 

How Punk Changed Typography

Moshik Nadav Typography, November 2016

With the advent of Punk in the 1970s, typography went through a rebellious revolution. British artist Jamie Reid disseminated the letterform and DIY typefaces were born. I spoke to Sarah Hyndman, typographer, graphic designer and author of Why Fonts Matter, to find out more.

Stranger Things - The Font And The Man Who Created It

Moshik Nadav Typography, October 2016

Stranger Things was the Netflix phenomenon of the Summer. The nostalgic trip down sci-fi memory lane was painstakingly developed, including the show's title font. Iconic typographer Ed Benguiat is the man who created the font, here I investigate more about him and how this font was perfectly chosen.

City Diaries NYC: Bard in the Park

Expedia. September, 2016

Seeing Shakespeare performed outside in New York is an experience not to be missed. Here, I discuss the various contemporary productions taking place around the city and speak to the director of the longest running; Washington Square Park's "A Midsummer Night's Dream." 

City Diaries NYC: Harlem Week

Expedia. August, 2016

August in New York is all about Harlem. The month is dedicated to all things Harlem and when you think it's created some of the most influencial political thinkers and musicians over the last century, there is much to celebrate. Culturally rich and diverse, it's one of my favourite parts of New York City.

City Diaries NYC: The Ultimate BBoy Battle

Expedia. May, 2016

My favourite aspect of writing about New York is the fascinating people I've met along the way that shape this unparalled city. Meeting Frank Hernandez was a fascinating lesson in New York's BBoy history.

City Diaries NYC: David Bowie's New York

Expedia. March, 2016

The news of David Bowie's passing in January hit our household as though we had lost a family member. I was taken aback by how hard we took it. David Bowie, as well as being a much beloved British icon, was a New Yorker. As a Brit living in NYC, I found solace in writing this article, a more detailed version of which can be read on my blog.

City Diaries NYC: The Neighbourhood Restaurants Locals Love

Expedia. July 17, 2015

In a city with tens of thousands of restaurants and cuisine from all over the world to choose from, how do you decide where to eat? I've selected ten of the best restaurants guaranteed to serve you up the most delectable dishes.

City Diaries NYC: Summer Brings Feast of Live Music

Expedia. May 26th, 2015

Summer in New York City means balmy nights listening to the best bands from all over the world. This week I highlight the unmissable gigs from now until September.

City Diaries NYC: Famous Film Sets Found Around the City

Expedia. April 10th, 2015

Tribeca Film Festival descends on Downtown this week and I talk about some of the most exciting events taking place. Plus check out my Top 5 Famous Film Locations around the city.

City Diaries NYC: A Taxi Driver’s View of the Big Apple

Expedia. April 2nd, 2015

I speak to Dan Baddiel, a London bike courier turned yellow cabbie about the weird and wonderful experiences he's had driving around the streets of New York. 

City Diaries NYC: The World's Biggest St Patrick's Day Celebration

Expedia. March 16th, 2015

Two million people will line 5th Avenue for the St Patrick's Day Parade, now in it's 254th year. And the celebrations will go long into the night across the city, I spoke to Joe Hurley ahead of the 16th Allstars Irish Rock Revue, which promises to be the party to go to.

MADLIFE interview

February 2015

I had the privilege of being the first person interviewed by uber cool events and parenting website for their launch. The website has featured on the pages of Vogue and The Sunday Times Style Magazine. Read my thoughts on motherhood here:

Best Book to Big Screen Adaptations

Mailonline, December 23rd, 2014

I compiled a list of the best book to big screen adaptations for Mailonline, and highlighted some of the worst.

The Real-Life Whodunnit Gripping The Nation

Grazia Magazine, December 1st, 2014

The podcast 'Serial', focussing on the investigation of the murder of student Hae Min Lee, became a world wide phenomenon. I spoke to Rabia Chaudrey - the woman who brought the cold case to makers of This American Life - about it giving new hope to the man convicted of the crime, her friend Adnan Syed.

City Diaries NYC: Behind the Scenes at Annual Christmas Spectacular

Expedia, November 11th, 2014

With 40 Broadway theatres and new shows drawing the biggest names in entertainment every year, you're spoilt for choice when it comes to seeing a show in New York. But the longest running has been going for almost a century; The Radio City Christmas Spectacular draws thousands during the festive season and I spoke to a Rockette to find out more about this iconic show.

City Diaries NYC: Haunted House Riddled with Urban Legends

Expedia, October 20th, 2014

If you want to experience Halloween on crack, New York is the place to do it. And to mark the occasion, I thought it would be a great idea to scare the bejesus out of myself at a totally immersive Haunted House.

City Diaries NYC: Pooch Parade Pinnacle of Dog Obsession

Expedia, October 13th, 2014

Tompkins Square Halloween Dog Parade is the highlight of NYC's canine calendar. I spoke to doggie couturier Anthony Rubio and photographer Sophie Gamand about New Yorkers' obsession with man's best friend.

City Diaries NYC: Top Street Artists Flourish in Brooklyn Haven

Expedia. October 7th, 2014

I absolutely love spotting graffiti artists' work around NYC and once you recognise their style, you'll notice them everywhere. This week I spoke to Australian artist Lister and found out more about The Bushwick Collective.

Another topic I've thoroughly enjoyed foussing on.

City Diaries NYC: Comedy Talent Abounds Across Top Venues

Expedia. September 30th, 2014

This week's article is about a subject very close to my heart; Comedy. New York is the comedians' mecca and I talk about some of the city's top venues, and speak to Chris Mazzilli, owner of Gotham Comedy Club on 23rd Street.

City Diaries NYC: Subway Routes Become Stages for Dancers

Expedia. September 17th, 2014

I met Kid The Wiz as I traveled home on the L train one night. A talented "Lite Feet" dancer, I met up with him and his team, W.A.F.F.L.E, for an evening and followed them on the subway. One of the most enjoyable New York experiences I've had. 

City Diaries NYC: Abandoned Space Reimagined into New Sights

Expedia. September 1st, 2014

For this article I went to a 'Surprise House' on Governors Island, one of the most fun experiences I've had in NYC! Find out more about that, and New York's inspired use of reimagined space, in particular The High Line.

City Diaries NYC: Original Speakeasy Lets Visitors Experience Prohibition Era

Expedia. August 21st, 2014

New York's fascination with the Prohibition era is as fervent as ever. I spoke to the owner of The Back Room, my favourite prohibition bar and one of only two original speakeasies in NYC, to find out more about it's rich history.

City Diaries NYC: Foodies Flock to Sample Williamsburg’s Global Delights

Expedia. July 28th, 2014

This week I write about the extensive food fare, "Smorgasburg", on Williamsburg's Waterfront. 

City Diaries NYC: Shakespeare and Soul Food in Harlem

Expedia. July 22nd, 2014

In this week's column I talk about Harlem and it's re-Renaissance; Romeo & Juliet get a hip hop make-over and find out where to enjoy the best soul food.

Grazia Magazine. July 15th, 2014

For this news feature, I interviewed Mari* about her desire to use a surrogate for non-medical reasons. Social surrogacy is a growing trend for those who don't want to step off the career ladder and can afford the 6 figure fee.

Expedia's City Diaries: NYC

Launched July 15th, 2014

I'm Expedia's City Diaries' expert on New York. My weekly column contains my tips and advice on what to do, see, eat and drink in New York's 5 boroughs. 

Arianna Huffington: Her Wake Up Call and Mine

The Huffington Post. May 13th, 2014

The Huffington Post published my blog post and I enrolled on the roster of contributors.

The $1200 Hair Cut

Grazia Magazine. February 2014

When Grazia Magazine asked me to get the most expensive hair cut in the world and write about it, I felt like I'd won the lottery. The $1200 hair cut lottery. Since the birth of my child, my lustrous locks were looking decidedly lacklustre. And most of it could be found on the floor, in the sink or my baby's mouth. It was falling out by the fistful, leaving a yeti-like trail in my wake. Thankfully, Ted Gibson came to my rescue.

Mailonline/The Daily Mail. January 29th, 2014

A behind-the-scenes account of baby modeling. At 3 months old, my  daughter Delphine booked her first New York modeling gig; a Pampers shoot. Here's what happened.

Elliot Sailors - Female model turned Male Model

Grazia Magazine. December 5, 2013

When Elliot Sailors found her high profile modeling gigs were losing their edge, she decided to take matters into her own hands. She shaved off her long golden tresses and took on the world of Male Modeling. I met this ballsy gal and her super cool husband in New York when I interviewed her for Grazia Magazine.

Carlina White Interview

Grazia Magazine. October 22nd, 2013

In light of the new appeal to find Madeleine McCann, 7 years after she was taken, I spoke to Carlina White, who was abducted as a baby. 23 years later, she found her family. Her message to the McCanns? Never give up hope.


Instagram's first marriage

Grazia Magazine. October, 2013

Robin Coe never thought she'd bag herself a husband in another country when she joined instagram, but that's exactly what happened. Here's their story.

The Cleveland Kidnap Victims

Grazia Magazine. July 15th, 2013

Amanda Berry, Gina Dejesus and Michelle Knight released a youtube video to thank people for their support, 2 months after their escape. Their kidnapper, Ariel Castro, faced 329 charges, including rape and torture, but later killed himself before trial.

Nicole Spector on Al Pacino's portrayal of her father

Grazia Magazine. July 16th, 2013

I met Phil Spector's daughter, Nicole to find out why she was against the HBO film "Spector", for Grazia Magazine. The film stars Al Pacino as Phil Spector and depicts a fictional version of events leading up to his trail for the murder of Lana Clarkson.

Extreme Diets; The Tongue Patch

Grazia Magazine. June 3rd, 2013

I spoke to Erica Rentaria, who underwent the extreme procedure, not once but twice, in a bid to lose weight. 

The Hottest 100 of All Time

Australian Broadcasting Corporation; Triple J. 2009 and 2011

I was the Creative Producer behind two major campaigns for ABC's triple j. The first was The Hottest 100 Songs of All Time in 2009. This involved developing the call-to-vote imaging, right through to writing and producing mini packages throughout the countdown, detailed packages for the entire Top 20, and a half hour documentary on the Number 1 song; Nirvana - Smells Like Teen Spirit. On air and online.

I continued to produce shows across 'triple j' until, in 2011, I produced my second major campaign for the network; the Hottest 100 Australian Albums of All time.

For Your Ears Only

BBC Radio 2 Music Documentary. Sony Gold Music Special Award, 2000














I wrote, produced, edited and mixed this award-winning BBC documentary which features interviews with Sir Paul McCartney, David Arnold, John Barry and Moby. Listen here.

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