Photo credit: Matto Lucas
Irish-Australian journalist - via BBC News in London - and news junkie with an interest in the political economy of contested spaces.
Experience of production management; scheduling; copywriting; producing; editing and presenting for television, radio and online.
Holds M.A. (Lond.) in Television Journalism, Goldsmiths, University of London, 2011 and B.A. (Hons) in Politics, University of Salford, 2010.
Podcast: Housing Crisis Update: a series on the Irish housing crisis including interviews, news and readings (ongoing)
Presentation: "Ireland after Hayek:" a paper on the dominance of liberalism in Ireland and what we can learn from past failures to realise a different vision for the state (July 2019: see below)
Short film: "Six towns tour:" A video travelogue of the housing crisis in Australia from a regional town in each state (ongoing)
Book: "Ballymun by bicycle: a century of crisis"
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The Road to Brixton
24 August 2018
A walk down the South Lambeth Road is a masterclass in the forces shaping London.
23 March 2019
The Irish state is the handmaid
to a rebranded colonial project
31 July 2018
A look at the human face of the housing emergency in Ireland.
23 March 2018
A biography of the Southern Hemisphere's City of Literature is easy to find, if you know where to look
Trolls and freak shows
7 November 2017
Analysing the aftermath of the marriage equality debate with Toby Halligan, Clementine Ford, Candice Cole and Senator Penny Wong.
A flâneur in Westfield
8 October 2017
An inspiring documentary by Patrick Keiller highlights the work of Charles Baudelaire and Walter Benjamin