I'm a Wellington-born New Zealander at heart, but since 2003 I have moved round Asia, from South Korea to Mumbai, India (where I met and married my husband) and have now been living in Singapore since 2011. I am also the proud mother of two pretty gorgeous children.
From 2014 - 2017 I founded and ran Woolf Works, a coworking space just for women, here in Singapore. Woolf Works was the first of it's kind in Asia, and its was son more than just a space to work, it became a wonderful community of supportive women. During this time I also developed programs for mothers returning to work and we helped many new businesses thrive and shine.
I love writing and have been studying Creative Writing for years through Massey University. In 2017 I started digging into this side passion full-time.
I write short stories and occasional personal essays about my life as a New Zealander abroad and my mixed race family. I am also interested in motherhood and identity and the latest rising tide of feminism makes me very excited and hopeful for change.
I love reading and writing realistic fiction. My favourite authors are ones that can capture what it feels like to be a human on this planet in the simple stroke of a sentence. That's my aim as a writer. My first novel is a work-in-progress: a New Zealand rural novel that sprung from my deep love (and longing) for the New Zealand country side. I post about my journey as a writer on my Instagram account .