Originally from Sydney, Australia, I've called New York home for many years.
After completing a Bachelor of Arts at the University of Canberra, I decided to pay the bills by working as an ad man: a job that, while ranking just above car salesman in the credibility stakes, helped me hone my writing skills and saw me lucky enough to walk the red carpet at the Emmys.
My first foray into fiction writing was the ongoing Crikey Crime series, featuring Luke Bales as an Aussie bar owner in New York constantly beset by problems. Then, after numerous business trips to Dallas, I became intrigued by the JFK assassination and "The Diary of Lee Harvey Oswald" was born.
Married with two daughters, I spend my spare time cycling, reading and discovering new pubs: not necessarily in that order.