Journalism

Travel, adventures, literature, environment... Jesse’s freelance stories and photographs range from following the trail of the first women to reach Antarctica to riding camels in Tunisia to researching humpback whales in Queensland - and plenty in between. She was the winner of the2012 Guy Morrison Prize for Literary Journalism(for the essay ‘The first woman and the last dog in Antarctica’).

Heroines of the ice (Australian Geographic) 

The first women to reach Antarctica

Still hung up on Telstra (Sydney Morning Herald)

Telstra is like an old boyfriend... (Heckler column)

Dances with whales (The Australian)

One week on a humpback research vessel in Hervey Bay

Desert vigil (Wellbeing)

Adventures on camel-back in Tunisia

Buzzing with books (Good Reading)

Despatches from the Edinburgh Book Festival

Words of encouragement (Wellbeing Magazine)

Life, death and the blank page

Australia a leader in biodynamic agriculture (Australian Farm Journal) Biodynamic wines win the blind taste test.



For more about Jesse’s freelance writing click here.

Jesse Blackadder 2015