Freelance Journalist Work for November 2012

freelance journalist/press

This is a list of articles, photography and other media work I’ve done as a freelance photographer/journalist during November 2012. I intend to continue writing freelance articles and do more radio interviews in the future. They will be linked to on a regular basis.

It’s interesting to pause and reflect that I only started writing as a journalist for the mainstream media 3 years ago.

I had no idea at the time how much fun it would be to learn about a wide variety of topics, meet and interview interesting people, have my articles inform many people and get the attention of people in business/government – with the bonus of earn a living from it!

Online Reviews & Analysis

REVIEW: Toshiba PORTÉGÉ Z930 Windows 7 ultrabook laptop for Technology Spectator on 8th November.

An inside look at StartupHouse for Technology Spectator on 14th November.

Talking start-ups with a Silicon Valley champion for Technology Spectator on 19th November.

Deputy Premier Retweet

Review: Google Nexus 7 Tablet for BeReady (Traders Hotels) on 15th November 2012

Review: Asus VivoBook F202E Windows 8 budget laptop for Technology Spectator on 21st November 2012.

How To: Get Compensation for Being Bumped from a Flight for BeReady (Traders Hotels) on 22nd November 2012.

Review: SanDisk Extreme USB 3 Flash Drive for BeReady (Traders Hotels) on 22nd November 2012.

REVIEW: Lenovo ThinkPad Twist Windows 8 ultrabook convertible laptop for Technology Spectator on 23rd November 2012.


My favourites from the photos I took during November were from my Hong Kong trip, see my full travel journal and photo highlights at Hong Kong Photo Journal: Skyscrapers and Lush Greenery.

Panorama Hong Kong Skyline at Night viewed from Victoria Peak

Also checkout the U.S. Yahoo! Editor flickr photo gallery of Sculpture by the Sea including my sculpture photo below:

2012 Sculptures By The Sea. #110 by Karin van Der Molen - Tamarama to Bondi walk

PS if you’re a photographer who is active on social media instead of just linking to your best new work, make sure you occasionally highlight some of your best photos from the past. you never know whose attention it might catch…

RAAF photo retweet

Also it pays to have a camera in your pocket all the time. The photo below of a kind of creepy Banksy-esque statue of a hooded little boy looking onto Sydney night time street traffic was taken with a Sony RX100 camera that I’m currently testing to write a review.

hooded little boy statue looks onto Sydney night time street traffic

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