I’m Ed, a journalist and ghostwriter from Melbourne, Australia. A professional passionate about the clear-cut benefits quality writing provides business and the wider community.
As a journalist I’ve written for publications locally and globally, and continue to do so today. Beyond my native Australia, I’ve worked as a correspondent with the Caribbean media outlet the Star Publishing Company, writing weekly on business issues that impact the Caribbean and Latin America. I’ve also written for The Diplomat, Asia Sentinel, and The Africa Times, among others. The newspaper and region I write in has often varied, but my desire to produce articles that truly inform and actively engage has always been a constant.
As a content writer I’ve worked in my hometown of Melbourne with businesses like Horizontech Computer Specialists, nationally with Aussie companies like Hero Broker, and internationally with agencies like Content Conquered. Though I regularly write far and wide in digital content – and I must maintain confidentiality around the specifics of where I do so as a ghostwriter – I do specialise in writing regarding the rise of the digital economy, new technology, the ongoing growth of international trade, and how these trends impact individuals and communities at the grassroots level, for better or worse.
This specialisation is informed by the experience gained in my university studies. I hold honours degrees in politics and law, having completed a politics thesis on ‘‘Obama’s Asia: The Pivot and Regional Pressure Points’, and a law thesis on ‘Can Enhancing Individual-Based Privacy Laws Adequately Respond to Challenges in the Online Arena?’. The knowledge acquired in these degrees enable me to write in the areas of emerging technology, finance, regulation, and related fields, with a strong understanding of how contemporary issues in politics and law can impact businesses and community organisations. In turn, how challenges surrounding the digital arena and cybersecurity – alongside security more widely – represent emerging issues which both public and private organisations must be attuned and responsive to, in order to enjoy ongoing stability and success.
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