Health and Medical
Finding ways to simplify health and medical research terms into plain English is a challenge, but it is incredibly important to educate the general public about this area.
Increased public understanding is crucial to securing ongoing funding (or increasing it) as well as ensuring the medical community and the public are taking the best care of themselves and loved ones.
From working with leading edge veterinarians to world renown researchers, I am the right person to inform the masses about your project.
FEATURE ARTICLE: I’ve been a fan of Holly Throsby for years and was stoked to hear her super-group, Seeker Lover Keeper, was releasing a second album and doing a national tour.
Read my article about Wild Seeds, preparing to hit the road with Sarah Blasko and Sally Seltmann again and what she’s been doing the last few years.
See the live BMA article here.
Is life as a bug more futile and disappointing than as a human being?
This is just of the many questions posed in Steven Berhoff's adaptation of Franz Kafka's famous novella, The Metamorphosis.
This video is a teaser trailer to introduce audiences to Gregor Samsa. An ordinary man who inexplicably becomes a monstrous vermin, throwing his and his families life into chaos.
Gregor Samsa is a young man with a bright future. He has served as a soldier, he works hard and is unfalteringly polite. He plans to support his sister’s violin education and keeps his mother and father in the comfort they have become accustomed to in their retirement. Until one day, Gregor oversleeps his morning alarm and discovers he has become a gigantic insect. Feelings of revulsion turn to resentment with horrifying results.
This was a short behind the scenes look at The Street Theatre's upcoming production of Franz Kafka's Metamorphosis, adapted by Steven Berhoff.
This video shows actor Dylan Van Den Berg working with a suspension harness as he looks for ways to become an insect as his character, Gregor, does in the play.
FEATURE ARTICLE: Who can help but support local music, and as a proud Canberran I am even prouder to have had the chance to interview this chart-topping trio.
I hate to toot my own horn, but this cover story was also my third BMA cover in a row — so toot toot!
See the live BMA article here
I grew up around theatre productions and have always had a love of the stage. I also have lived experience with disability, chronic illness and all the changes people are forced to make as their body rebels against them.
My experience drew me to interview Hanna Cormick about her experience with illnesses that now see her primarily live in a sealed room, often reliant on a wheelchair. This, after touring the world as a dancer and performer, training in Paris no less, was a shock to the system.
Stories about how people grapple with the challenges of being anything but ‘normal’ are so important because there are so many people who need to hear them - either because they are living it or know someone affected by it.
Communication strategies are crucial to know what you’re looking to achieve and making sure you’re heading in the right direction to reaching those goals. Let me work with you to create the perfect strategy in a collaborative, easy to understand way.
When it comes to media training we know that interviews in front of a camera or microphone can strike fear into the hearts of many, but it shouldn’t.
Using my experience on both sides of the proverbial fence, let me walk you through what the media is all about and how to make sure you are accurately represented.
A strong social media presence is no longer an option for Australian businesses, no matter the product or service.
Let me show you how to make the most of your profile to increase website traffic, consumer engagement and brand awareness – or better yet, hand me the reins to see your business flourish with regular reporting and 360 degree feedback.
FEATURE ARTICLE: I was lucky enough to meet with two wonderfully creative talents ahead of the launch of world-renown play A Doll’s House 2.
Read my article about the production with actor PJ Williams and Director Caroline Stacey for BMA.
I also added a fun little quiz at the end of the article as an interactive way to increase article engagement, promote the play and see more bums on theatre seats.
BLOG: The first blog ghostwritten for Painaustralia CEO, Carol Bennett.
This post was designed to be published on Ms Bennett’s own LinkedIn page and then shared across the official Painaustralia social media channels (Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter) to enahnce the profile of Ms Bennett and the Painaustralia organisation.
The aim of the post is to highlight prominent issues within the pain management sector in Australia and make the most of existing content. This post was inspired by a recent submission Painaustralia made to the Federal Government.
I also designed the social media tiles and banners.
This post was hundreds of views, multiple likes and shares across all platforms.