Some 40 years of writing…
…means a bucket-load of published works, mostly in print rather than digital form. I’ve added links to a couple of diverse examples, including a book I complied with over 100 children, and the story of the WWII Corsair fighter plane in the above photo, which after a bit of research we discovered on a dive off the coast of Moso Island (my husband is holding the torch on the rudder). Currently, most of my non-fiction writing is for a climate wiki and networking hub Climate Change and Nature.
- The Lost Squadron
- Te Wāhipounamu’s Rivers of Ice (NY Times educational supplement for students 2007)
- Shooting at the Gates of Hell (Australian Photography 2006)
- But I Only Wanted One Photo (chapter in World’s Best Travel Writing 2008; the book is still available on Amazon)
- New Zealand’s Braided Rivers (website: current)
- Climate and Nature (website: current)
- Moko’s Biodiversity (2014 book; also available as a PDF)
- The Flock (25Mb PDF interactive teaching resources about braided river birds)
- Where will Estuaries be Allowed to Go? (Wader Quest Vol 3, Issue 2, July 2016)
- The Impacts of the 2010-2011 Canterbury Earthquake Sequence (Hurunui District Council 2013)
Pre-Covid I did a lot of travelling. A few years ago, I became enamoured with a new toy that vastly expanded my capabilities as a photographer: a Mavic Pro drone. But my son is a far better pilot, so I sat in the back seat when we took it for a test run in a few places around Iceland during winter. Filmed in 4K; recommended 2160p Youtube settings. This may take a while to load if your internet connection is slow.