In the Media

TV and Documentaries

Studio 10 Interview. Laura and David interviewed on Studio10 about getting married 42 times in 42 countries

Zone Interdite is the second most watched TV program in France. They sent a film crew to the private island in Tonga where I lived with my husband for 3 years to do a documentary about French people running away from the rat race and living on tropical islands. They followed us around for over a week.

Not available online. Runs occasionally on repeat on channel M6 on demand website.


Open Universities Australia Mini Documentary

A promotional doco to show how graduates are using their OUA universities degrees

Read the full story on the accompanying blog post here

Print and Online Media

National Geographic – Islands

Breeze Magazine – Issue 10 Page 24

“As Laura talks of her travels, including journalist work in Latin America, a road trip to Romania to deliver supplies to a refuge for trafficking survivors, and a visit to slum schools in the red light districts of India, it becomes clear that she likes to take her travels off the beaten track.

What started out as a fascination for people and places beyond her comfortable Central Coast childhood, quickly developed into a passion that saw Laura pack up her school books at just 13 and head to the desert in the USA to experience a cultural exchange, followed by a year studying in Norway at just 16, au pair work in Spain at 21, followed by aid work in Honduras and Ecuador…”

Read the full story here.