Of Ghanaian/German heritage, raised in Lesotho and currently based in Johannesburg, South Africa, I consider myself the proverbial slashie, a professional ‘jack of all trades.’

Over the years, I have worn many hats including entrepreneur, writer, facilitator, content strategist, magazine editor, radio talk show host, project manager, events manager and speaker. At heart, I  am a storyteller.

I have recently added author to my many titles with the publishing of Listen To Your Footsteps, a collection of essays, thoughts and poems that are reflections on my journey to date and the lessons that I have learned, and continue to learn along the way. Who I am today was heavily shaped by my father, who raised me, by my steps and missteps in work, relationships and life, and by my children.

It is available both digitally and physically. Click [Out Now] below or the Book tab above.

Recent Posts

Music writing is not easy

Music writing is not easy

I wrote this for a print magazine but it was rejected and I wrote something else for them so figured why not share it here. Writing a column is a funny old thing. In the days when print was the be-all and end-all, being asked to write a column was akin to being given...

Media, content, streaming and the like

Media, content, streaming and the like

Recently, I had an interesting back and forth with a friend who is media owner, debating the merits of the different revenue models available to us, including subscriptions, paywalls and the like. In my mind, the main challenge with all of this is that the data and...

Why I watch the Tour de France every year

Why I watch the Tour de France every year

Recently I tweeted something about the Tour de France, having just finished watching highlights of the day’s stage and a friend responded, with “Still with the #TourdeFrance. Requesting the original thread about how you fell in love with it.” In my early days on...

What would happen if … ?

What would happen if … ?

I started my site in 2009 and, albeit erratically, have shared writing and thoughts on a wide range of topics on it since then. There was my ‘tech journo’ phase when I was plugged into that world and wrote posts on launches, new gadgets, innovations, etc. In fact, one...

Book Extract: Trying to remember

Book Extract: Trying to remember

This is the fourth in a series of extracts from my book Listen To Your Footsteps, a collection of reflections and essays on fatherhood, identity, loss, creativity, etc. Memory is a funny old thing. You tell a story so many times, you start to question how much of...

How To Work Better

How To Work Better

In my post Owning Your Platform, I wrote about how, having written and worked for a number of media outlets and brands, a lot of my writing has disappeared into the ether. Fortunately, I have multiple folders with versions of some of the things that I have written. In...

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