Traveling the world for 5 weeks over Christmas has set me back in keeping my personal website up to date, but I am finally back to post news. My latest article on a wonderful family run and inspired business within the Golfing Industry hit the Cove Magazine pages in December.
What a pleasure it was to work with the lovely Turner family on this one.
For the full article, visit pages 90 and 91 in the published...
Back in April 2017, I wrote a feature article on Gold Coast's new CEO and Director of Arts Centre Gold Coast, Ms Criena Gehrke. She is a fascinating and very talent woman who can inspire us all to strive to the limit. She is set to bring Gold Coast's art culture to a new level and I for one, am looking forward to the future in this beautiful city of ours.
If you are interested in reading my article, it was published...
A few months back I was lucky enough to work on a sports feature with some incredible Gold Coast based Olympic swimmers and their coach, Richard Scarce. I was very humbled by this experience, because the whole team of Bond University swimmers and their coach were so incredible to work with; both with interviews and photo shoots. The article went to online publication this week, so I'm adding it here to my showcase of articles.
This is not exactly one of my usual articles as it is more of a blog post, but I felt inclined to write this today due to a very dear friend of mine in the USA, who is about to make one of the hardest choices we as pet owners have to make in life. To euthanize her beloved cat. So I'm dedicating this article to her and her little C-Man who’s time has come.
A local consulting company is being recognised for its environmental initiatives which could impact the cure for cancer.
A little while ago, I had the pleasure to work on a feature article with this incredible man, Kieran Richardt, who is the founder of a company called Natura Pacific here in Australia. It was a humbling experience because Kieran loves nature so much, he has dedicated his life's work to it.
To be a writer takes courage, patience and a lot of editing
I wrote an article for The Creative Issue in Brisbane in early 2016 and had the pleasure of interviewing a very special young lady for it. Paige Townsend is a young writer who has already been published several times and has won a handful of writing prizes on the Australian writer's circle.
This was such a pleasure to work on and the results were a very endearing featur...
A few years ago, I was asked to write a case study for Nobel House Designs. They had recently furbished a beautiful new resort up near Agnes Waters and the Great Barrier Reef called Lagoons at 1770 here in Australia. I wasn't going to complain because my job entailed me to spend the weekend at this incredible resort so that I could do the case study on it.
HOW DID THE AGE OF REVOLUTIONS (c. 1760-1840) TRANSFORM THE ATLANTIC WORLD?
Past historical events have shaped and altered the world for centuries. However, there has never been a more significant movement in history than the Age of Revolutions which took place between the years of c. 1760 – 1840. The movement of these revolutions assisted in the eventual abolition of slavery and transformed the Atlantic world into what was l...
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