Award-Winning Journalist | TEDx Speaker | Producer | International Relations


Freelance whatever you want me to be, I write, film, shoot, record, edit and design.

Journalist of the Year (student), 2018 Melbourne Press Club Quill Awards

Currently: Multimedia Production Specialist for the United Nations Development Programme

* Part-time - Live events and video Journalist for Fight News Australia 

Langauge skill:
English (native) - Spanish (Working proficiency ) - Mandarin (intermediate) - French (Basic) 

The UFC's 'Fight Island' Was a Strange Portrait of Covid-Era Entertainment

To understand why the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) decided to spend untold fortunes on an audience-free fight at an Arabian island during a pandemic, you need to understand the company’s president, Dana White. He’s a 51-year-old, Irish Catholic, former amateur boxer from Boston who’s become famous for turning mixed martial arts into a multi-billion dollar business. And for doing whatever he wants.

Small Giants in COVID-19 response

MANILA - Less than a year into business, one startup went from streamlining local governance processes to connecting a national government to its people during COVID-19. “At the beginning of the year [2020], our goal was to generate a revenue of at least $US 30,000 and create a platform that was scalable, “ said Co-founder, Lei Motilla. Fast forward three months and the small team found themselves working alongside companies like Viber and Facebook, on a COVID-19 digital triage and informati

United Nations 25th Anniversary of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action

Produced this video for the UN, with the talented Nick Parkin who shot and edited. Celebrating almost 25 years of the world’s most progressive blueprint for advancing the rights of women and girls, ESCAP, UN Women and our partners in Asia and the Pacific look back at the achievements of the 1995 Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action. The Asia-Pacific Ministerial Conference on Beijing+25 Review in Bangkok, Thailand, focuses on addressing the challenges that remain to make equality a reality for women and girls everywhere.

Amar walked 40km in eight hours doing his job. He was not paid one cent

Amar Nath Barman was the guy who puts the shopping catalogue in your mailbox. Like thousands of others, he walked kilometre after kilometre stuffing the advertising pamphlets he had folded the night before into letterboxes.... Investigative Piece I did for The Age and Sydney Morning Herald, It also appeared in the Saturday Age on page 2 and 3. Since publication Salmat's share price has dropped 20% (30 million).
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