I am an interdisciplinary researcher, writer, editor and communications specialist working in international development. My aim is to provide information and analysis that promote new opportunities for action. Before academia and development consulting, I produced television and online media, and worked as a journalist and photographer.

Development Cooperation

Health for all: schizophrenia and Indonesia’s new social insurance system (GIZ, 2017).

Since 2007 I have been providing research and communications services to international development agencies. Clients include Agence Française de Développement, The Asia Foundation, the European Union, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), UNDP, UNICEF and UNOPS.  More>>

Online & Television

Taking off: air traffic control and human-computer interaction (BBC Education and the Open University, 2000).

From 1995 to 2005 I produced content, systems and strategies for online and broadcast communications. Clients included BBC Education, Cancer Research UK, Cambridge University Press, the UK’s National Environment Research Council, and the Open University.  More >>


How we misread hazards (The Daily Telegraph, London, 1998)

Between 1985 and 2005 I had over one million words published in nearly 50 international publications and developed a science and technology specialism writing for The Daily Telegraph in the UK.  More >>


Tate Britain, London.

I often produced photographs to accompany my print journalism. I also worked for The Economist in over 20 countries, took assignments for The Times across continental Europe, and delivered a book to the Architectural Press on underground and earth-sheltered dwellings worldwide.  More >>