Travel journalist specializing in wildlife & conservation, culture, food & guidebooks. Content marketing experience with major hospitality & technology brands, plus branded content for tourism boards.
Indian safari: tips from conservationists
India has the most wild tigers and one-horned rhinos in the world, as well as countless other animal and bird species. Indian conservationists share where to go and how to spot India’s most favourite species
Heading North in New Zealand
Stunning landscapes and a rich Maori heritage define the island country’s Far North
48 Hours in Hoi An
A historic trading port in central Vietnam brims with heritage buildings, lantern-strung alleys, and delicious flavours.
The Sound of Silence
Isolated and protected, New Zealand’s Doubtful Sound holds a unique marine habitat.
How to Spend 72 Hours in Lucerne
Lakeside Lucerne offers Alpine adventure, picturesque strolls, and plenty of delectable dining.
The Stump-tailed Macaques of Hollongapar
On the scent of elusive primates in the forests of Assam’s Hollongapar Gibbon Sanctuary.
Why You Need to Take Shit Seriously
In the wild, poo comes in all shapes and sizes. Consider the many mysteries surrounding the world of animal poop.
Why is everyone going to Krakow?
Cathedrals, castles, cafés—and a centuries-old salt mine: everything comes together in this Polish city.
Slowing Down in Singapore
Slowing down in Singapore
Tree of Life
Meeting a 2000-year-old Maori Tree God in New Zealand
Eastern Madhya Pradesh
A guidebook with itineraries and travel ideas for an immersive experience in eastern Madhya Pradesh.
In Gibbon Country, Every Path Tells a Story
Small in size, but rich in biodiversity, the Hollongapar Gibbon Sanctuary in Assam, India teems with life, on the ground and in the canopy.
120 Years of the Ritz Paris
Los Angeles on my Plate
Cover story for Nat Geo Traveller's food special
Sultans of Swing: Hoolock Gibbons Rule the Canopy
This tiny ape hangs on to one of the last protected bastions of its native habitat in Assam, India.