I'm an award winning producer, director and journalist working across long-form TV current affairs and documentary film.

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ICE RUSHThis piece that I produced for ABC’s Four Corners tells the story of the spread of crystal meth into regional Australia and the dark forces pushing the trade. The highest rating Four Corners program of 2014. With reporter Caro Meldrum-Hanna. Watch it here.

ICE RUSH
This piece that I produced for ABC’s Four Corners tells the story of the spread of crystal meth into regional Australia and the dark forces pushing the trade. The highest rating Four Corners program of 2014. With reporter Caro Meldrum-Hanna. Watch it here.

BATTLE FOR THE REEFThis Four Corners episode examines one of the most contentious environmental decisions of this year: the decision to dump 3 million cubic metres of dredge spoil inside the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park to expand the Abbot Point coal port. I produced this story with reporter Marian Wilkinson and researcher Mario Christodoulou. Watch it here. 

BATTLE FOR THE REEF
This Four Corners episode examines one of the most contentious environmental decisions of this year: the decision to dump 3 million cubic metres of dredge spoil inside the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park to expand the Abbot Point coal port. I produced this story with reporter Marian Wilkinson and researcher Mario Christodoulou. Watch it here

MARNY & MUNJEDThis is the remarkable story of two people who define courage and tenacity. Munjed Al Muderis was a young Iraqi doctor when he was forced to flee for his life from Saddam Hussein’s brutal regime. He got on a boat and came to Australia, spending ten months inside Curtin detention centre before being granted Australian citizenship. Today Munjed is an acclaimed orthopaedic surgeon changing the lives of amputees around the world. Marny Cringle is an Australian nurse who lost her leg in a horrific train accident 16 years ago. Now Munjed is attempting an incredible world-first surgery to help Marny walk again.I produced this story for Channel 7’s Sunday Night. The reporter was the legendary Chris Bath. Watch it here.

MARNY & MUNJED
This is the remarkable story of two people who define courage and tenacity. Munjed Al Muderis was a young Iraqi doctor when he was forced to flee for his life from Saddam Hussein’s brutal regime. He got on a boat and came to Australia, spending ten months inside Curtin detention centre before being granted Australian citizenship. Today Munjed is an acclaimed orthopaedic surgeon changing the lives of amputees around the world. Marny Cringle is an Australian nurse who lost her leg in a horrific train accident 16 years ago. Now Munjed is attempting an incredible world-first surgery to help Marny walk again.
I produced this story for Channel 7’s Sunday Night. The reporter was the legendary Chris Bath. Watch it here.

SINKHOLESIt’s the stuff of nightmares: That the earth can open up and swallow you alive. Sinkholes are sudden, catastrophic, and almost entirely unpredictable - and human activity is causing more of them than ever before. Watch my feature story for Channel 7’s SUNDAY NIGHT here. 

SINKHOLES
It’s the stuff of nightmares: That the earth can open up and swallow you alive. Sinkholes are sudden, catastrophic, and almost entirely unpredictable - and human activity is causing more of them than ever before. Watch my feature story for Channel 7’s SUNDAY NIGHT here

The very talented Tim Noonan won a Walkley Award for his camerawork on this story I produced on the spectacular and horrifying ship breaking yards of Bangladesh - Sunday Night's first ever Walkley Award.

The very talented Tim Noonan won a Walkley Award for his camerawork on this story I produced on the spectacular and horrifying ship breaking yards of Bangladesh - Sunday Night's first ever Walkley Award.

Proud to have been nominated for ‘Outstanding Investigative Reporting’ at the 2013 Kennedy Awards for Excellence in NSW Journalism, along with reporter Ross Coulthart, for our Channel 7 SUNDAY NIGHT story on the rape and subsequent jailing of Australian woman Alicia Gali.

Proud to have been nominated for ‘Outstanding Investigative Reporting’ at the 2013 Kennedy Awards for Excellence in NSW Journalism, along with reporter Ross Coulthart, for our Channel 7 SUNDAY NIGHT story on the rape and subsequent jailing of Australian woman Alicia Gali.