The last few months have probably been the busiest I’ve had since starting work as a freelance writer.
I keep thinking I’m going to get a week or two away from my desk, but every time I near the end of one project, another opportunity pops into my inbox. It’s a really lovely problem to have, and I’m feeling very lucky!
Most of the writing I’ve been doing has been behind-the-scenes work for clients. Some ghostwriting, a few websites, and lots of fact sheets and brochures. Not so much editorial work recently.
However, I have done a few pieces that came with a byline, so I thought I would share them here.
- Sensing for step-change impact was a post for CSIRO’s Resourceful magazine about the use of sensing technologies in the mining and security industries.
- For National Science Week, which had a theme of ‘Food: better by design’, I wrote a piece for the CSIRO ECOS blog about whether individual dietary choice can have a big environmental impact.
- Most recently, I wrote this piece – also for ECOS – about the upcoming fire season in Australia and the role of hazard reduction burns.