Multi-award-winning investigative journalist with over three decades experience in newspapers and television, including reporting for The Sydney Morning Herald newspaper, ABC TV Four Corners, Nine Network Sunday program and 60 Minutes, Seven Network Sunday Night.
Five times winner of Australia’s national journalism prize – the Walkley Award – including the highest award, the Gold Walkley. Winner of a Logie, Australian TV’s top prize (for best public affairs TV reporting), and winner of a New York Film Festival Gold Medal for international investigative journalism.
Best-selling author of five books, including DEAD MAN RUNNING and ABOVE THE LAW (investigations into outlaw motorcyle gang organised crime co-authored with Duncan McNab), history investigations THE LOST DIGGERS & THE LOST TOMMIES (detailing the discovery of a lost cache of photographs of Australian and Allied soldiers from World War 1), and a biography of Australia’s First World War official historian, CHARLES BEAN - IF PEOPLE REALLY KNEW, that in 2015 won Australia’s prestigious literature award, the Prime Minister’s Literary Award (for Australian History).
Always interested in a good story that involves a bit of a dig. Currently writing two books and producing two major documentaries.