I discovered recently that my first name means farmer or 'tiller of the earth'. Of course it does. I spend my days gardening words, places, stories and ideas. 


My passion is to communicate the immense importance of the natural world through seductive, celebratory and thought-provoking storytelling, both written and visual.

My platform for inspiring change is The Planthunter online magazine – an entirely unique, occasionally irreverent and always thoughtful website celebrating the innumerable connections between people and plants. Since its inception in 2013 it’s grown rapidly into a highly regarded publication both within Australia and abroad, attracting a wide audience of plant, design, culture and garden hunters, young and old. The Planthunter is responsible for many a black thumb turned green.

In addition to my role as the editor and creative director of The Planthunter, I work with select clients to help them tell their story and make big creative ideas happen. I’m a columnist for The Design Files and am often asked to speak at events/workshops about the benefits, beauty and importance of connecting with plants and nature. Find out more about working with me here.

I've got qualifications in journalism, horticulture and landscape design and a love of big ideas, seductive storytelling and sharp design.