Julia currently works as a researcher and writer for the award-winning podcast, The Little Red Podcast. She has just concluded her position as Communications and Content Officer for the Asia Society Australia. Julia’s roles span research, writing, editing, audio production, and web management.
Julia’s work thus far has focused on China, India and Indonesia and Julia is very excited to now turn to her new home-base, Japan. She has written extensively - of note her article on China’s global media strategy, co-authored with Louisa Lim and published by The Guardian Long Reads, "Inside China's audacious global propaganda campaign". This original research has culminated in an ongoing research collaboration with the International Federation of Journalists. Whilst at the Asia Society Australia Julia filed reports on events and sub-edited the original publications Disruptive Asia and Briefing MONTHLY. Julia also built and launched a podcast series with Greg Earl, Festival of Democracy, covering the elections in both India and Indonesia. She is about to publish an essay to feature in Disruptive Asia on extradition between Australia and the People’s Republic of China.
Julia graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2018 with a Bachelor of Arts, majoring in Politics/International Relations and Criminology. She also has a strong background in the creative arts and continues to practice as a professional artist and photographer.