I was interviewed for a feature about myself and Nick Fulton for NO Magazine, a quarterly arts and culture publication from New Zealand.
The article, published in 2010, focused on our achievements as writers and the music website we co-founded, Einstein Music Journal.
Radio New Zealand
Message Not Received book
I was interviewed for a feature on Radio New Zealand National (the country's public radio station) about Borderline Music Festival in 2010, with Nick Fulton, my co-editor at Einstein Music Journal. Hear us interviewed by Matthew Crawley from 7:38 minutes in.
Idealog Magazine (May/June 2007) wrote about
an advertising campaign concept I co-created
with Jenna Wee for fair-trade food company Scarborough Fair.
Our work was created for Lighthouse Ventures
as a part of the Bachelor of Communications degree at Auckland University of Technology.
Music video director Jesse Taylor Smith quoted
my writing on his NZ On Screen profile page.
NZ On Screen website
Jessica George wrote an article about the launch
of my and Nick Fulton's music blog, Einstein Music Journal, for Makeshift Magazine.
The NZMC quoted my writing about Autumn Splendour.
NZ Music Commission website
The Guardian Music Blog
From January 2011 to March 2012 I represented New Zealand with Nick Fulton (as Einstein Music Journal), in a global collective of music writers
called the Music Alliance Pact.
MAP was syndicated in over 36 online publications around the world, including The Guardian Music Blog (UK), I Guess I'm Floating (USA) and I Heart Music (Canada).
My writing on Einstein Music Journal was syndicated on the website for UK music magazine Artrocker.
American author Phil Simon featured and commented on my writing and illustration
in his seventh book, Message Not Received
(published by Wiley in 2015), on pages 57-58.
I originally published the writing and illustration
in a blog post on Medium (Drowning in Data: When News is Noise), when Phil asked if he
could include it inhis book.
I was interviewed by Spook Magazine along with Alice Hutchison about the art project that we collaborated on.
Called Object/Reflect, the project was exhibited
at Off The Kerb Gallery in June 2015.