This page is intended to be a professional portal and a (largely) static archive of my past journalistic work. Future projects will be archived here on an ad-hoc basis.
I was based in Yangon, Myanmar from 2012 until mid-2016. The vast majority of my work was dedicated to investigating and documenting this turbulent and fast-changing period in Myanmar's history, with its tentative steps towards democratisation, ethnic and religious discord, and commercial interests - both foreign and domestic - looking for their share of the spoils.
I was formerly the deputy editor of Frontier Myanmar, a weekly magazine focused on current affairs and business.
Before joining Frontier, I was the Myanmar correspondent for the now-defunct Edge Review, a regional spin-off of Malaysia's financial paper of record founded by former staff of esteemed regional publications including the Far Eastern Economic Review, Asian Wall Street Journal, and AsiaWeek.
I also reported for the Democratic Voice of Burma between 2013 and 2015, and was the first non-Burmese writer for the formerly-exiled network to be based inside Myanmar itself.