I’m passionate about business, and I’ve helped a number of Western Australian businesses market their goods and services through the written word. I’ve produced SEO optimised website, social media and brochure content, press releases and blog articles. I’ve also written and photographed a number of effective tourism articles promoting beautiful rural Western Australia. The blog articles I wrote for the Wheatbelt Way during Spring of 2019 bought 6,967 new users to the Wheatbelt Way website (see my Writing Portfolio page).
I’ve worked in a number of economic and community development roles in rural Western Australia, including managing a Community Resource Centre/Post Office/Visitor Centre and working as a Community Development Officer for local government. I successfully promoted services, events and local tourist attractions via print and digital as part of such roles. The services and events I introduced bought increased income to both the organisations I worked for and the local economy.
As a person I’m thorough, reliable, honest and generous.
I’m a huge fan of really bad fashion and own a number of tragic wigs, simply because I enjoy looking ridiculous.
As a kidly-wink I lived on a sheep station out of Mount Magnet in Western Australia. From a young age I loved being involved in an agricultural business, helping with sheep work, mustering and being responsible for an unfortunate assembly of chooks, who continually wondered why I had to talk so much. I was also lucky enough to be educated through Meekatharra School of the Air, which provided an amazing educational start to life.
I have lived in remote Western Australia, on a wheat/sheep farm in the eastern wheatbelt, and in regional Western Australian centres like Geraldton and Merredin. I now live on a 100 acre block near Bakers Hill in Western Australia.
Call me on 0439 923 976 to chat about your writing requirements. I’m always happy to provide a no obligation quote.