What if we could construct a national leader comprised of the best attributes of other great statesfolk? Like, John Howard's wicked bowling arm and Joh Bjelke-Petersen's passionate defence of civil liberties?
On the back of FHM Australia's 150th issue (the 52nd issue I'd worked on), I spoke to Mediaweek about the magazine and trends in the men's market. Terrible headshot of me included.
A friend at Madison magazine invited me to participate in one of their "Madison Avenue" roundtable discussions. The question: "How sexist is Australia?"
Vanessa Lawrence at Grazia magazine briefly interned at FHM Australia. I must have been nice to her because she commissioned me to write this little thingy for them.
This story about me learning to play golf appeared in the March 2012 issue of FHM (unrelated: the magazine folded two months later).
When the editor of FHM Australia (me) decided to do a US election primer, he asked his chief political writer and resident US politics obsessive (me) to do the job.
At the end of this interview, Ray Martin, Lego-haired legend of Australian journalism, thanked me for my "intelligent questions". Best. Moment. Ever.
Those generous (and rich) folk at Activision flew me to Palm Springs to attend one of their famous Call Of Duty review events.