I'm a New Zealand journalist living in New York, specializing in investigative reporting. My work has appeared in The New York Times, The Atlantic, Los Angeles Times, VICE, Toronto Star and more.
In June 2018, I completed a yearlong reporting fellowship with Columbia Journalism Investigations, covering business and politics. Previously, I spent three years working as a cross-platform news reporter for SBS Australia, a public broadcaster. I am especially interested in law, politics and power.
I have a Master's Degree in Politics and Global Affairs from Columbia Journalism School and degrees in Law and Arts from The University of Auckland. In 2017, I won a Pulitzer grant to report on immigration policy in Australia. At Columbia, I was awarded the James A. Wechsler Memorial Award for best reporting on a national issue.