About Me

I’m a business writer with many years of experience using the written word to achieve results.

As I manage my own business, I also understand the importance of meeting customer needs exceptionally well.

In the past I worked in a number of community and economic development roles in rural Western Australia, including managing a Community Resource Centre/Post Office/Visitor Centre and managing community development projects for a local government.  With a team of volunteers I set up a new museum in Westonia that has since become a major tourist attraction for the town.  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 also a chocolate fanatic, so working from a home office saves me from embarrassing myself by talking to people with suspicious brown splodges on my face.   

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 to them incessantly.  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 beautiful 100 acre block near Bakers Hill in Western Australia.