And I’m back!

February 6, 2023

It’s been a while. My long-neglected website has had a makeover. Apologies to anyone who came looking for my blog, or resources or anything else and either found a Filipino betting site (yep, my domain was nicked) or some holding pattern. Slowly, slowly it’s now all sorted and I have a place to share my […]

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Acting like a teenager

September 22, 2020

Here we are, 13 years later. Everything’s the same, except the look. Like any teenager, I’ve been off experimenting with different platforms. But now I’ve come back to my original web site/blog. This is where I’ll keep writing. Because writing is where my ideas form. I don’t even know if anyone reads blogs any more. […]

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Jumping in

September 20, 2020

I live by the beach in Australia. Swimming in the ocean is something you either love or hate, and it sometimes depends where you live. In southern Australia, even in summer, the water is very cold. Really cold. On a hot summer’s day, there’s nothing better than diving into this cold water for immediate relief […]

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What I learned about facilitating by doing stand-up comedy

July 16, 2018

Earlier this year I co-hosted an experimental event called Radical Acts. The premise being that we need to do things differently – maybe not big things, sometimes the smallest of acts can make a huge difference. For many people attending Radical Acts was just that – a radical act of stepping into an experimental event, […]

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Facilitation resources updated

November 17, 2017

I’m updating my RESOURCES page. About time too! You can find it just up there, on the menu – between About and Learn. If you click on FACILITATION RESOURCES you will find a long list of processes, games, and activities that I use in my facilitation. The names help me remember them. Sometimes the same […]

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Screenwriting and facilitation: it’s all in the cut

September 12, 2017

“It’s all in the cut.” This is a description of where the magic happens in movies. It starts with a writer, and an idea, a story, and a screenplay. Then the director gets their hands on it, the actors do their stuff, and finally it is cut together into a movie that we will watch […]

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