Currently I am researching the beliefs of Australian soldiers serving on the frontline in World War I. As this abstract about my initial research indicates, I am focussing my research on the digitised soldier diaries held at the State Library of New South Wales and using a combination of traditional historical research methods and various digital tools. Read my paper, The Needle in the Haystack, which describes my research methodology for this project.
I am a professional, freelance historian based in Sydney who has researched the history of education, beliefs (both conventional and unconventional), secularism and referendums as well as family history. I regularly travel to Melbourne and Canberra for research and have often researched in Brisbane, and on occasion, Hobart.
You can read my professional profile on the website of the Professional Historians Association of NSW and ACT