As a professional writer, Emily has worked on a swag of projects - websites, books, articles, research papers, science reports, essays, manuscripts, case studies, blogs, media kits and study guides.
She's as comfortable on a construction site as she is in a boardroom, and her curiosity knows no bounds. Emily loves teasing out stories, translating complexity and new ideas into sharp, punchy prose.
With over a decade's experience, she's written for Australia Post, Mind Australia, Urbis, Yarra Valley Water, Lumo Energy, RMIT University, World Vision Australia and Hoyne Design, among others.
The Place Economy by Hoyne Design is Emily's first book. A thrilling project, she was engaged to research multiple topics simultaneously, interview experts worldwide and source all content and images.
As a young(er) freelancer, her words and images appeared in The Age, Outback magazine, Kill Your Darlings, Big Issue, Australian Traveller and other media outlets, as stories unfolded.
Emily writes to engage and entertain, to understand and question, to filter and reframe. And yes, this can be achieved in one document! On the side, she encourages everyone to show they care for cyclists.