A Selection of Clients

Edmund Hillary Fellowship

The Edmund Hillary Fellowship (EHF) is a 3-year programme for visionary entrepreneurs and investors to build solutions to global problems from New Zealand.


Wherewolf is the app for adventure tourism operators.

Sustainable Queenstown

Sustainable Queenstown is a community group in Queenstown working on large-scale waste reduction initiatives.

Aera Foundation

Aera invests in causes and companies addressing social issues in imaginative ways.

humble bee

humble bee is an early stage research company backed by Callaghan Innovation,  SparkboxGo Global Day One, and NZVIF. It is researching how nature creates materials with industrial properties such as resistance to water, flame, high temperatures, and chemicals.

Public Service Association of Aotearoa

The PSA works for policies that improve public services and the working conditions of those who deliver them. My work has been included in:

Progressive Thinking: Ten Perspectives On Housing

Profound Transformations: Armine Yalnizyan on Public Investment

350 Aotearoa

350 Aotearoa is the New Zealand arm of the international climate movement 350.org, which aims to unite the world around climate change solutions.

I worked with 350 Aotearoa and 350.org on their Global Divestment Mobilisation campaign.

New Ground Capital

New Ground creates innovative capital and investment opportunities for the benefit of New Zealand and New Zealanders.


Fluid is a creative agency in Queenstown that is a leader in branding for the tourism industry, as well as being the home of co-working space SharedSpace and community art gallery and events space FrontRoom.


The Spinoff

The Spinoff is an online magazine and custom content creator.

You can find my feature articles and opinion pieces for Spinoff Parents, Spinoff Society and Spinoff Business here


Newsroom is an independent, New Zealand-based news and current affairs site.

You can find my article on the political engagement among young New Zealanders here

You can find me yacking on the radio here:

Radio New Zealand

I was invited to comment on social enterprise with Bryan Crump on Radio NZ Nights.