Ongoing Projects

the Medium logo


I'm writing about freelancing, life, and everything in between over on Medium.

Website Planet

I write about email marketing services, freelancer websites, and technology for Website Planet.

Ghostwriting Work

I ghostwrite for various clients covering a wide variety of topics. Primarily, I specialize in technology, health and wellbeing, and psychology.

Previous Work


I've ghostwritten articles for various clients, and you'll find samples of those articles in this folder. For legal reasons, I cannot disclose the names of those clients, but as per our contract agreement, I can share the plain text versions of those documents for this portfolio.

Sass and Clacks

Sass and Clacks was a body-positive fitness blog that I ran from 2018 - 2022. Here you can find informative blogs about life as a pole dancer, mental health, body positivity and feminism.

Bull vs Bear Market

I wrote this article for Paradox Marketing, who were working with a client in the financial niche. Using the keywords they provided, I wrote an informative post on the difference between these two market states, the signs of both, and how investors can make the most of them.

Australian Pole Dancers Magazine - Issue 22

In 'Performing with Mixed Anxiety Depressive Disorder', I talk about how performing in a pole dance showcase was a key part of my mental health recovery, and how pole dance can empower us to be who we truly are with no filters.


I wrote '8 Easy Ways to Make Your Hiring Process Inclusive for Candidates With Mental Health Issues' for RippleMatch, a careers service that both matches candidates with their dream job and helps employers diversify their workforce. In this post, I talk about how the hiring process can put off talented candidates with mental health issues from applying to your company - and how to fix it.


In my guest post for AllThingsChristmas, I talk about how those of us with mental health conditions can manage our symptoms over the holiday season. Christmas can be a difficult period when you're faced with the pressure of appearing happy, socialising, and spreading cheer, so in this post I include easy ways to make the holiday season easier to navigate.

Games Workshop Publications

The Horus Heresy Book Seven - Inferno

Inferno was the first publication I was involved with during my time as a Writer/Games Designer for Games Workshop, so while I didn't have chance to be involved with the planning process, I created the fan-favourite Prospero campaign, the background for the Forge World of Zhao-Arkhad, and worked on multiple other sections throughout the book to supplement the work of the other writers.

Imperial Armour – Index: Xenos

I was the lead writer on this Index, which was published to support the Forge World range of models following the release of the 8th Edition of Warhammer 40,000. This specific Index provides rules for the Aeldari, Drukhari, Tyranid, Ork, Necron, and T'au Empire models produced by Forge World.

Imperial Armour – Index: Forces of the Adeptus Astartes

I contributed sections of rules content to this Index, which was published to support Forge World's range of Adeptus Astartes models following the release of the 8th Edition of Warhammer 40,000.

The Horus Heresy: Age of Darkness Rulebook

I was instrumental in creating this updated Rulebook for the Horus Heresy tabletop wargaming system, which involved scouring the Rulebook for the 7th Edition of Warhammer 40,000 and tailoring it to the Horus Heresy setting and IP. One of the key changes I made throughout this book was replacing the antiquated use of the pronoun 'He' to refer to groups of all genders with the more inclusive "They".

The Horus Heresy Book Eight – Malevolence

Malevolence is the first Horus Heresy campaign book that our team worked on following the death of Alan Bligh, who had until then forged the direction of the entire system. While I was involved with this less due to other projects, I created the Signus Prime campaign, some of the rules for the White Scars Legion, and additional text as needed to supplement the work of the lead writer.

What next?

This space is ready and waiting for your project. It's waiting patiently by the phone, waiting for that one phone call that could change its life. Don't be the person who let this space down. Get in touch, and give this space a new purpose - featuring your shiny, new project!