For the past six months or so, I’ve had a column in Metro called Suburban Man: it’s about life in the suburbs and it covers such material as knife sharpening, demolition and how to be a good birth partner. It’s kind of a diary of my new life.
Over the summer holidays, I got an email from the Sydney offices of Houzz, the world’s biggest online architecture and design community that was described last year as one of the 10 most disruptive tech companies. They were launching in
This was a particularly nice job, even by the standards of someone who travels for a living: accompany three American food personalities – Will Guidara of Eleven Madison Park, Christina Tosi of Momofuku Milk Bar and Brian Canlis of Canlis
I spent Easter driving from one end of Victoria to the other – I flew into Melbourne and headed 600km northwest to Lake Mungo, one of the oldest sites of human habitation in the world, all in aid of a campaign
I’m very proud to contribute to HOME, so I was excited when editor Jeremy Hansen rang to ask if I’d like to babysit his beautiful magazine while he was on sabbatical – full circle, since my first ever freelance commission came in 2001