Wrote Environment Aotearoa 2019, the Ministry for the Environment and Stats NZ’s three-yearly synthesis report. Worked with a hugely committed team to deliver a great report within statutory deadlines.
Stuff journalist Charlie Mitchell tweeted “I've written about many environmental reports, but this is the best one I've seen.”
Paralympian swimmer Mary Fisher joined us for our family tramp in 2018 – only she’s blind. I recorded the video and wrote the blog, and DOC put it all together to celebrate Disability Pride Week.
Developed and produced a series of marine reserve report cards to present the health status and trend of selected New Zealand marine reserves. Web and printed brochure versions were created.
Writing news stories and case studies to showcase the work of this innovative (and very clever) small business.
Restructured and rewrote the content for the Guardians’ website. The Ministry for the Environment then published the new site using a templated design.
Crew member of Gareth Morgan’s fabulous trip to Antarctica in 2012. Wrote a blog about what I was seeing and learning each day, and in the following year gave 40 talks to schools, churches and other community groups.
Annual reports for 2015–2017: sourced images, wrote the research sections and managed the production process. Produced a commemorative booklet for the Malaghan’s 50th anniversary as well as other promotional articles in mainstream media.
Design and production of digital resources to communicate and support Communities of Learning (groups of schools that work together) to ‘bundle’ the services they purchase, saving time and money.
Curating, producing and promoting a fun project to celebrate the International Year of Chemistry in 2011. 150 knitters from around the world raced to secure an element to knit.
Full website production – client liaison, project management, site architecture, text writing, image sourcing, content loading – for Robinson (and Ferrier) Research Institutes at Victoria University of Wellington.
Wrote text, sourced images and documented processes for a refreshed website. Curious Minds is managed by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE).