I most recently hosted the BBC's flagship Sport Today programme, broadcasting out of the United Kingdom with an audience of 100 million viewers worldwide. After nearly nine years living in the UK, the lure of family, friends and sunshine pulled me back to Australia.
I'm a journalist with a wealth of experience in news and sport, earned over a career spanning nearly 20 years in the industry.
I have a passion and commitment to living the story so I can deliver all the facts with the right tone and compassion, along with a unique blend of sincerity and humour.
I cut my teeth at C7 sport in Australia before securing a full-time Reporter role with Channel 7 News in 2005. I covered NRL and AFL Grand Finals as well as reporting on the Wallabies, Waratahs and Sydney Swans, as part of my regular rounds. I covered multiple Sydney Hobart Yacht races reporting on Wild Oats XI record breaking successes.
In 2009, I covered the Tour de France in a campervan for Yahoo! before moving permanently to Europe travel the continent. I became Channel 7's European Correspondent where I covered Royal engagements and concerts, Julian Assange's extradition trial, Olympic Games, Anzac Day commemorations in France and the Robert Hughes extradition court case, amongst others.
In 2013, I secured a coveted role as BBC Presenter, broadcasting on domestic and World platforms as well as slots on BBC World Service Radio. I have covered multiple summer Olympics in Sydney, Beijing, London and Rio where I also reported on the Paralympics and hosted the UK National Lottery balls release, from Rio.
I broadcasted Live from the Ryder Cup in Minnesota in 2016.
I am also a highly skilled shoot edit video journalist, as well as being proficient in the set-up of LiveU equipment for immediate solo broadcast.
In 2011, I directed and presented the documentary 'Personal Reset' in Peru.