I’m a journalist on the Money & Work team at the BBC in England. I previously worked as the Andean correspondent for The Financial Times, as the BBC's correspondent in Chile and as a Reuters reporter in Europe, the Middle East and South America. In all, I've reported from over 20 countries in a career of more than three decades. You can read, hear and watch some of my work here although to read my FT work in full you'll need a subscription. If you have any questions, just ask!
I have over 30 years of experience as a journalist. I started at Reuters, where I was staff for 14 years. I’ve covered conflicts in Iraq and Lebanon, World Cups in South Korea and South Africa and dozens of other major news stories. I was chief correspondent in Dublin and Santiago. I went freelance in Chile, working mostly for the BBC and the Economist. From Chile I moved to Colombia where I was the FT's Andean correspondent. More recently I’ve started teaching journalism to others. I’ve run training courses for the Thomson Reuters Foundation in Argentina, Colombia and Venezuela and for the United Nations in Panama. I work in print, radio and television and currently work as a producer on the BBC's Money & Work team in England.
Horizons: Helping mothers in Chile connect with their premature babies