Articles

Garden history

“Three Men and a Glasshouse”, The Gardener’s Journal, 1/2, February 2021
“Mothers and babies, plants and seeds: Truby King’s Wellington garden”, Australian Garden History, 32/3, January 2021
“Tall timber: the arboretums of Poverty Bay”, Historic Gardens Review, September 2020
“Wetherstons’ gold”, New Zealand Gardener, August 2020
“Olveston – the Rose Garden that was”, Heritage Roses New Zealand Journal, 45/3, May 2020
“Wetherstons’ gold”, Australian Garden History, 31/4, April 2020
“The daffodils of Black Horse Brewery”, Commercial Horticulture, April/May 2020
“The Peggy Rockefeller Rose Garden”,  Heritage Roses New Zealand Journal, 45/2, February 2020

Music history

Walter Sinton.  Audioculture, New Zealand On Air, January 2020
“Music Sold and Music Published: An Overview of Publishing by Music Sellers in New Zealand 1830-1940”, Script & Print: Bulletin of the Bibliographical Society of Australia & New Zealand, 43/4, 2019
“Review of Searches for Tradition: Essays on New Zealand Music, Past & Present, edited by Michael Brown & Samantha Owens, Crescendo, 101, February/March 2018
“Unbinding New Zealand’s musical past:, Crescendo, 100/1, February/March 2017
“Review of A Passionate Affair: Llewellyn Owen & Music, by Margaret Bean”, Crescendo, 98, February/March 2016
Begg’s: the Musical and Electrical Centre Audioculture, New Zealand On Air, January 2016
“Begg’s War”, Crescendo, 95, August/September 2014
“Strike up the Band – Begg’s Musical Army”, New Zealand Memories, October/November 2014
“Begg’s and Music Education in New Zealand”, Ritmico, Institute of NZ Registered Music Teachers’ Journal, April 2014
“Selling and Making Music at Begg’s”, Otago Settlers’ Association News, March 2013
“Writing the history of Charles Begg & Co”, The New Zealand Genealogist, November/December 2009

Travel

“Driven to consider the past”, Otago Daily Times, 7 April 2015
“An island of rough chivalry”, New Zealand Herald, 8 September 2014
“Unlocking a beautiful secret.”, Otago Daily Times, 5 August 2014
“The Daily Grind – Mt Kau Kau”, Walking New Zealand, April 2014
“Island chivalry shines”, Otago Daily Times.  11 March 2014