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My portfolio

So, you're interested in working with me, but you want to make sure I can walk the walk, as well as talk the talk?

Look no further: I’ve got oodles of examples of my awesomeness

As an experienced journalist, SEO copywriter, editor and author, I have a LOT of examples of my work. Here’s a few of my favourites.

Health and Disability-related writing

Image is of someone's hand holding a mobile phone with the Ticketek website displaying on the phone.

Dear Ticketek, why do you make it so hard for disabled people to go to concerts?

Published by Hireup.

Image is of autism advocate Chloé Hayden who's spoken out about feeling excluded at a major music event.

"Believe us": Zoe Simmons responds to Marvel Stadium's sensory room snub

An article published by Hireup.

Image is of a man in a wheelchair being assisted by airport staff to aboard a plane.

Hiding in Plane sight - the airlines are having to take disabled people seriously

An article published by Hireup.

Image has a light teal background and shows a stethoscope, a face mask and a hand holding a red paper-cut heart.

Six ways healthcare workers can make life easier for people with disability

An article published by Hireup.

Image is of Zoe Simmons with long pink and blue hair. She's wearing a black dress and a bright pink suit jacket. She's standing in an empty room with pale pink walls. Appears in an article where Zoe's talking about it being okay to identify as disabled.

It's okay to identify as disabled: Zoe

Published by Mable.

Image is of a woman wearing a white shirt and light pants sitting in her wheelchair. She's holding a tablet and talking to a dark skinned man who's kneeling down next to her. They're in a light room with white walls and a couple of windows behind them.

Your guide to the Disability Royal Commission's Final Report

An article published by Mable.

Image is of a young man sitting in his wheelchair with his arms spread out wide. He is on a sandy beach with blue sky in the background that has a couple of clouds.

A guide to Australia's most accessible beaches

An article published by Mable.

Image has a light teal background and shows a stethoscope, a face mask and a hand holding a red paper-cut heart.

Be you, love yourself: Tina and Leigh on life with Down Syndrome

An article published by Mable.

Image is of Kate Muia wearing black-framed glasses. She has long blond-brown hair and is cuddling a small black and white dog.

Endo in The Alice

An article published by Endometriosis Australia.

Image is of Akii Ngo sitting in a wheelchair whilst public speaking.

How a trip home on Qantas left disability advocate Akii Ngo stranded with a broken wheelchair

An article published by Microsoft Start.

Image is of Zoe Simmons with bright pink long hair wearing a red dress with white dots. She's sitting on a cream coloured couch with a white wall in the background.

Realising I'm autistic is a very bittersweet thing

An article published by Mamamia.

Image of Zoe Simmons wearing a pink dress and long pink and blue hair. She's sitting in a wheelchair. There's a white wall in the background.

I'm autistic and many don't know hot to approach the topic with me - Here's my advice

An article published by Popsugar.

Image is of two bearded men leaning against a table in front of a laptop. There's a bookshelf in the background with some books on it. Image used in Zoe Simmon's article on Michael's story: the right support to thrive at work, published by Coact.

Michael's story: The right support to thrive at work

An article published by Coact.

Image is of a table full of different magazines piled up. It's used in Zoe Simmon's article on why disability access needs matter.

It shouldn't be a battle: why disability access needs matter

An article published by Powerd.

Olivia Nikolic is fighting stage 4 cancer.

Woman discovers 'tiny' rash on body is actually cancer

An article published by The Courier Mail.

Image of Zoe Simmons with long pink and blue hair sitting in a wheelchair. She's wearing a bright pink dress and there's a light pink wall in t he background.

How to make IWD more inclusive for disabled people

An article published by Mable.

Image is of Matthew Dumigan outside wearing a helmet with his NDIS support worker. Image used in an article written by Zoe Simmons about how NDIS support helped Matthew.

It's changed my life - how NDIS support has helped Matthew

An article published by Feros Care.

Image is of Raffy Sgrois standing behind a table with informative pamphlets. Image used in an article written by Zoe Simmons about Raffy's pursuit of meaningful change.

Raffy's pursuit of meaningful change

An article published by Feros Care.

Image that includes text on the left hand side saying 'skills' and an image of a young man on the right hand side wearing a yellow jacket, white pants and glasses. Image used in an article by Zoe Simmons about the skills shortage and how it impacts inclusive employment.

The skills shortage: how it affects inclusive employment

An article published by TheFields.jobs.

Image is of a small group of people in an art gallery. Image used in an article written by Zoe Simmons about creating connections and building relationships.

Creating connections and building relationships

An article published by Footscray Community Arts.

Image is of Zoe Simmons with long pink hair wearing a long black dress. She's standing outside in a field. Image used in an article by Zoe about how receiving an autism diagnosis helped her make sense of who she is.

An autism diagnosis has helped me finally make sense of who I am

An article published by Refinery29.

Image is logo for Possability.

Client stories for 2022 Annual Review

I wrote some of the client stories for Possability’s 2022 Annual Review.

Zoe Simmons wrote a travel guide for the NSW south coast as part of news.com.au's Don't Delay Your Stay campaign for fire-affected communities following the Black Summer bushfires.

What it's like being a mum with autism

An article published by Kidspot.

Image of Zoe Simmons with long pink hair wearing a black dress, black stockings and red shoes. She's sitting in her wheelchair with one of her legs hanging over one of the arm rests. Image goes with Zoe's article on mobility aids being her freedom machines.

Mobility aids are freedom machines

An article published by Jean Hailes for women’s health.

Image is of Zoe Simmons with pink hair, wearing a pink dress and black jacket, standing near lavendar plants with Zoe's mobility aid.

"It's complicated": A love letter to my mobility aids

An article published by Body + Soul.

Image of Zoe Simmons with pink long hair. She's wearing a pink dress and sitting in a wheelcair.

Leaked email exposes passenger's Qantas nightmare

An article published by news.com.au.

Image of Zoe Simmons with pink hair and lipstick appearing in an online article about being disabled but not thinking its a bad thing.

I'm disabled, but here's why I don't think that's a bad thing

An article published by Latch.

Image of Zoe Simmons with pink long hair wearing a pink dress and black jacket standing with a pink background. Zoe's wheelchair was broken in transit by Qantas airlines.

"We almost never get justice": A traveller whose wheelchair broke in transit fights back

An article published by Hireup.

Image of Zoe Simmons with dark pink hair talking about being a leader even when you're in pain.

You can still be a leader, even when you're in pain

An article published by Women with Disabilities Australia.

Zoe Simmons with pink hair wearing a denim jacket talking about the need for flexibility in the workplace.

"Accessibility benefits everybody." Zoe Simmons on the need for flexibility in the workplace

An article published by Hireup.

Poppy Field sitting in her wheelchair cuddling her dog. She's wearing a black dress and black shoes. She talks to Zoe Simmons about being a disability consultant making games more accessible.

Meet the disability consultant making games more accessible

An article published by Popsugar.

Image of a model boarding a Jetstar flight but was thrown from her wheelchair while boarding. Story was written by Zoe Simmons.

Model blasts Jetstar after being 'thrown' from their wheelchair and left with a concussion, torn ligaments and cracked rib two days after making runway history at Australian Fashion Week

An article published by the Daily Mail.

Image is of a young disabled person wearing an orange apron and glasses serving a customer in a cafe. It appears in an article by Zoe Simmons about young people's disability employment services experiences.

Young People's Disability Employment Services (DES) Experiences

An article published by Youth Disability Advocacy Service.

Image is of a tray of colourful cupcakes with the New York Post logo in the top left hand corner. Used in an article by Zoe Simmons.

Teen buys every cupcake in shop after customer fat-shames her

An article published by the New York Post.

Image is of Erin Barnett who's wearing a white turtleneck top and long blond hair. She appears in an article written by Zoe Simmons about Erin Barnett being the Ambassador for Endometriosis Australia

Introducing Erin Barnett: Endometriosis Australia Ambassador

Published by Endometriosis Australia.

Image of Zoe Simmons with pink hair wearing lipstick and a black top. She's appearing in an article titled 'Hear me when I say I'm in pain'.

Hear me when I say I'm in pain

An article published by Jean Hailes.

An image of Zoe Simmons, a woman with pale skin and purple hair who smiles at the camera.

"I had to repeatedly beg doctors for an endometriosis diagnosis."

An article published by Kidspot.

Journalist Zoe Simmons wrote this story for Mamamia, about a young mum who's life was saved by the birth of her daughter.

Isabella was addicted to ice. Two bright pink lines saved her life

An article published by Mamamia.

Image is of Zoe Simmons with long pink hair, wearing a black jacket and a face mask. In the background is yellow flowers. It's used in an article by Zoe on non-disabled people not caring about long covid when they should

Non-disabled people don't seem to care about long COVID: but they should

Published by Hireup Australia

Image shows two photos of Lauren May who was struck with mystery illness. She talks about it in an article written by Zoe Simmons.

'Doctors didn't believe me': Flu left woman with 'mystery' illness

An article published in news.com.au.

Article is of a young person wearing a mask near Sydney Harbour Bridge. Image goes with article written by Zoe Simmons.

Coronavirus Australia: the harsh truth about young people and the virus

An article published by The Daily Telegraph.

Image is of Junette Harris and her husband, both wearing Mexican hats. It's the feature image of Zoe SImmon's interview of Junette about her cancer story.

Junette's Story

Junette Harris was diagnosed with cancer in 2009, and had been a dedicated member of the Cancer Council since, along with her loving husband Warren. She was announced as one of three Australian Global Heroes of Hope, before passing away on Boxing Day 2014: only days after my interview with her.

Image is of Zoe Simmons with pink and blue hair. She's smiling and standing behind some lavender.

Screw the stigma: we need to talk about disabled sex

Published by Body+Soul.

Image is of a woman's belly. The woman is holding her hands over it, as if to scratch it. There are visible bloody-looking scars around the belly button area, showing where endometriosis would be if it were visible on the outside.

This depiction of what endometriosis would look like if it were visible is heartbreaking

An article published in Kidspot.

Image is of Lauren Wilkin who has long pink hair and is wearing sunglasses. She's standing next to her partner who's got a beard and wearing a blue top. It appears in an article about Lauren written by Zoe Simmons on Lauren's experience with endometrial cancer.

'It wasn't PCOCs. It was much, much worse."

An article published in news.com.au.

Image is a close-up of Zoe Simmons's face. She has blue eyes, pink long hair and is wearing red lipstick. It's used in an article by Zoe discussing what it's really like to have surgery for endometriosis.

What it's really like to have surgery for endometriosis

An article published in Whimn.

Image is of a woman in sports gear wearing headphones. She's sitting down to rest and has a prosthetic leg.

How to live a fulfilling life, even when you're in pain

Published in Independence Australia.

Image is of a middle-aged man wearing glasses, a hat and checked shirt with a middle-aged woman with long grey hair, a blue shirt and glasses.

How to Support Someone Through Menopause and Perimenopause

Published by Relationships Australia.

Image shows two versions of Lachlan Lahz. One of him in a hospital bed, no top and medical tubes coming out of him and him, sitting in hospital wearing a t-shirt and shorts looking healthy

"His only symptom was a sore knee - but I knew in my gut it was something worse."

Published in Kidspot.

Image of Zoe Simmons with long pink hair standing in the Australian Bush. Images goes with an article by Zoe that RAT tests aren't accessible, but neither is the Australian health system.

"RATs aren't accessible, but neither is our healthcare system"

Published by HireUp.

Image is of two ladies sitting on a couch. Image used in an article on how to support a friend who's experiencing infertility

How to Support a Friend Who Is Experiencing Infertility

Published on Relationships Australia.

Journalist Zoe Simmons wrote the story of Hilary Judith, who nearly died in a skydiving accident.

Botched skydive jump led to years of hell: one woman's incredible story

An article published by news.com.au.

Image of Grey Gwaltney, 17 years old, coming out as non-binary.

"We got it wrong": Family's Gender Reveal for Non-Binary Son Goes Viral

Published in The Latch.

Image is Women's Health Victoria's logo, who Zoe Simmons has written for.

2020/2021 Annual Report

I edited the 2020/2021 Women’s Health Victoria Annual Report.

Youth Disability Advocacy Service logo

Youth Disability Advocacy Service

In 2021, I completed YDAS’s disability leadership program. Since then, I have shared my story of my negative experiences with disability employment services, to inform YDAS’s submission to the Disability Royal Commission.

I also wrote an article on my experiences for the YDAS blog.

Cancer Council Zoe Simmons Stars of Eurobodalla 2016

Stars of Eurobodalla 2016 - Cancer Council

In 2016, I worked as Cancer Council’s Dance for Cancer Marketing Coordinator for the Eurobodalla, where I sourced “stars” and dancers, prizes, provided administrative support, as well as on-the-ground media support. As part of this project, I wrote many biographies for participants, including Kasia Curral, who danced for her mum who’d passed away from cancer. We raised over $20,000 for cancer support services on the south coast.

Women with Disabilities (WWDA) logo

Women with Disabilities Australia (WWDA)

I write for Women With Disabilities Australia’s LEAD blog, but I’ve also assisted with various other content-writing work within the organisation.

I am also a member of the co-design committee for the 2022 WWDA National Disability Leadership Summit, which focuses on fostering and facilitating leadership amongst disabled women, girls, and non-binary and female-identifying people.

Relay for Life by Cancer Council's logo. Zoe Simmons has written for this cause.

Eurobodalla Relay for Life 2014 and 2015

In 2014 and 2015, I worked as a media coordinator for the Cancer Council’s Eurobodalla Relay for Life.

This involved writing media releases, liaising with stakeholders and local media, as well as creating and sharing stories in written and multimedia format. I also managed our social media, and provided on-the-ground coverage of the day: including photography.

Mental health-related writing

Image has an Indigo coloured background and text that says "2022 Research Study. The Mental Health Gender Gap: Understanding Women's Mental Health"

The Mental Health Gender Gap: Understanding Women's Mental Health 2022

Published by the Liptember Foundation.

Image of a young lady with her daughter, who are standing outside with trees in the background a cloudy sky.

The Mental Health Gender Gap: Understanding Women's Mental Health 2023

Published by the Liptember Foundation.

Image is of Zoe Simmons with strawberry blonde hair. It goes with her story of suicide, hope and mental health recovery.

A year ago, I almost took my own life. Now, I'm so glad I'm alive

Published by the Herald Sun.

Image is of Senior Mental Health Clinician Christian Bimbola Ogbah who appeared in an article by Zoe Simmons.

Tackling stigma and saving lives

Published by Forensicare’s Mental Health Advice & Response Service

Image is of a merry-go-round with bright yellow lights. It's used in an article by Zoe Simmons about what a manic episode really feels like.

What a manic episode really feels like

An article published in Whim.

Image is of a women sitting down watching a sunset. There's a circle in the bottom right hand corner with the text "opinion". Image used for Zoe Simmons's article about the worst thing you can do to someone with bipolar.

The worst thing you can do to someone with bipolar

Published in Body+Soul.

Image is of a woman standing in a field holding her arms in the air. There are birds flying nearby her arms. It also contains white text on a purple background that reads "One carer's journey to forgiveness: Carers week 2020". Image used in an article written by Zoe Simmons.

One carer's journey to forgiveness

Published by Forensicare.

Image is of journalist Zoe Simmons with long pink hair wearing a matching pink dress. She's holding her left hand up to her face and sitting in a wheelchair.

The lonely ache of living with disability in a pandemic

Published by Hireup Australia.

Image shows Glenn Broome on the left hand side and has text on the right saying "I want to help the people who are in my old shoes". It's used in an article written by Zoe Simmons.

Finding hope in a hopeless place: battling mental health in prison

An article published in Forensicare.

Image is of Jacqueline Sherman, her partner and one of her children. She appears in an article written by Zoe Simmons on Jacqueline's dying bucket wish list

Mum-of-four's dying bucket wish list

Published by Kidspot.

Image is a red heart inside a lightbulb on the left hand side. It's against a teal background.

5 wellness trends that actually work

Published in Independence Australia.

Tea with my monster

I have two poems coming out in Beyond the Veil Press’s 2022 mental health anthology, Tea with my monster.

My poems are about my experiences with chronic pain, mental illness, and anxiety–and how sharing our stories slowly helps us heal.

Image is a close up of Zoe Simmons with strawberry blond hair.

I admitted I was suicidal, and people mocked me for it

An article published by Body + Soul.

Image is of Zoe Simmons at her high school prom with her father. It appears in her article about what it feels like to lose a parent.

What it feels like to lose a parent

An article published by Kidspot.

Image is of a young women with shoulder-length red hair. She's sitting in a home office at a desktop computer. Image used in Zoe Simmon's article on what work addiction is and how do you know if you've got it.

What is 'work addiction' and how do I know if I have it

An article published by Relationships Australia.

Image is of Zoe Simmons as a young child with her father. It appears in her article about how she healed her rift with her father.

'How I healed my rift with my father'

An article published by Body + Soul.

Zoe Simmons wrote a piece on coping with her mental health during coronavirus for Reach Out.

How Zoe is coping with her mental health during coronavirus

Published by Reach Out.

Image is of Zoe Simmons with long bright pink hair wearing a black dress. She's sitting in her wheelchair in a field of green grass and shrubs with a purple cloudy sky.

He didn't hit me - but that doesn't mean he didn't hurt me

An article published by Missing Perspectives.

Bushfires and Recovery

Batemans Bay black summer bushfires captured by journalist Zoe Simmons, a local.

What it was like inside the Batemans Bay firestorm

An article published by the Daily Telegraph.

Batemans Bay black summer bushfires captured by journalist Zoe Simmons, a local.

Australia's angels saving lives in the bushfires

An article published by Kidspot.

Image is of volunteer firefighter Michael Vickers wearing a firefighters top. He's standing with his partner and his holding his young child. Image appears in Zoe Simmon's article on Firey's hell: I saved 8 houses and now I'm homeless.

Firey's hell: 'I saved eight houses in one night and now I'm homeless'

An article published by Kidspot.

Image is of a crowded Australian beach that's got red smoke all around because of bushfires.

Aussie town says it feels forgotten one year after bushfires

Published by the Herald Sun.

Image is of Aimee, who's a NRMA hero of hope.

NRMA Heroes of Hope

Following the Black Summer bushfires, I was commissioned by Storynation and NRMA to write four stories for NRMA’s Heroes of Hope campaign, including Batemans Bay nurse Aimee Toby. As bushfires leered closer and closer, Aimee decided to take her kids to the safety of Sydney–saving a stranded hitchhiker along the way, and bringing back a truck load of supplies for the RFS upon her return.

SEO copywriting

Batemans Bay black summer bushfires captured by journalist Zoe Simmons, a local.

SEO website copywriting for Melanie Foulkes Counselling

SEO copywriting.

Batemans Bay black summer bushfires captured by journalist Zoe Simmons, a local.

Prettify's About page

SEO copywriting of Prettify’s About page.

Image is Youthphoria Beauty's logo. Zoe Simmons has written SEO copy for them.

SEO copywriting of website & product descriptions. Note: some of the copy has been updated since I worked with Youthphoria.

Corporate communications

Image is LGBTIQ Health Australia's logo.

Asexuality: A QLife guide for health and social care practitioners who care

A guide published by LGBTQ+ Health Australia.

Image of Zoe Simmons with pink long hair wearing a pink dress and black jacket standing with a pink background. Zoe's wheelchair was broken in transit by Qantas airlines.

Religion and Spirituality: A QLife guide for health and social care practitioners who care

A guide published by LGBTIQ+ Health Australia.

Searms logo.

Tenant Handbook

Handbook published by SEARMS Community Housing Aboriginal Corporation.

Image has a teal background. There are a few women smiling on the right hand side with the words "Annual report 2021-2022" on the left hand side. It forms part of Women's Health Vic annual report.

Annual Report 2021-2022

I edited Women’s Health Vic 2021-2022 Annual Report.

Messaging for CEOs, Board Chairs and executives

While I can’t show examples of this work, I regularly write messaging for the CEO, Board Chair and executive team for a mental health organisation.

This includes speeches, email communications and newsletters to staff, external statements, video scripts, awards applications, as well as media lines.

Image is a stock image with a blue background and the word 'communication' written in white.

Corporate Communications

Alongside my experience as a journalist is my work in corporate communications. I’ve spent years working in government communications, writing blog posts, internal and external newsletters, email marketing, video scripts, award applications, annual reports, models of care, welcome booklets, and a number of other important documents. I’ve also been involved in project management, including writing proposals and managing stakeholders for projects up to $15,000, as well as the creation of SEO, digital content and social media strategy.

Zoe Simmons has written freelance journalism for the Daily Mail.

Social media at Daily Mail Australia

I worked in Daily Mail’s Australian social media team, where I was responsible at any given time for up to eight different social media accounts across Facebook and Twitter. This would include choosing stories to post on social media accounts, writing social media sells, promoting breaking news, as well as reporting on social media analytics to the editorial team. During my time at Daily Mail Australia, I helped our Facebook page grow from 300,000 to over 800,000 in just eight months.

Travel and Lifestyle

Zoe Simmons wrote a travel guide for the NSW south coast as part of news.com.au's Don't Delay Your Stay campaign for fire-affected communities following the Black Summer bushfires.

A complete travel guide to the NSW south coast

An article published by escape.com.au.

Zoe Simmons wrote a travel guide for the NSW south coast as part of news.com.au's Don't Delay Your Stay campaign for fire-affected communities following the Black Summer bushfires.

Australian couple hosts entirely vegan wedding

An article published by news.com.au.

Image is a toddler wearing a grey t-shirt that says "vegan". He's standing outside in a field being helped by his mother who's wearing a navy blue top with white dots. It appears in Zoe Simmons's article about parents raising their babies vegan, despite others' judgment.

"We are raising our babies vegan despite your judgement"

An article published by Kidspot.

Image is of a man and a woman in a living room doing housework. Image used in an article by Zoe Simmons about whether your partner feels more like a roommate.

Does Your Partner Feel More Like a Roommate? How You Got There – And What You Can Do About It

Published by Relationships Australia.

Image is of a red haired lady wearing a striped shirt sitting in a wheelchair. She's in a kitchen working at a kitchen bench. There's a cat sitting on another part of the kitchen bench in the background. It appears in Zoe Simmons's article on tips for finding accessible holiday accommodation.

Tips to find accessible holiday accommodation

Published by Mable.

Image is of a family sitting around a dining room table full of food. Some are sharing the food around. Image goes with Zoe Simmons's article about how to keep the peace with family over the festive season.

How to keep the peace with your family over the holiday season

Published by Relationships Australia.

Image of a young lady called George. She's wearing a black hat and a black dress. There's a wall of pink flowers behind her.

Mums shares what it's really like to have a 'unique' baby name

Published by Kidspot.

Image of Tash Kingston and her husband Cameron on their wedding day.

Bride shamed over 'trashy' wedding photos

Published by Gold Coast Bulletin.

There's a woman with shoulder-length blonde hair on the right hand side of the image. On the left hand side of the image is light green background with text that says 'how can we show more empathy in our relationships?' Article written by Zoe Simmons.

How Can We Be More Empathetic in Our Relationships?

Published by Relationships Australia.

Gaming-related writing

Image has a pitch black background with blue computerised lines across parts of it. Image used in an article by Zoe Simmons on what it's like to be a blind gamer.

What it's like to be a blind gamer

An article published by Popsugar.

Image is of Zoe Simmons journalist with pink, purple and blue long hair. She is wearing makeup and bright red lipstick, a black singlet and is sitting in a black gaming chair. It appears in an article she wrote about how gaming has helped her mental health during Melbourne's COVID lockdowns.

How gaming has helped my mental health, especially during Melbourne's lockdowns

An article published by Popsugar.

Image is of Ellie, one of the main female characters in The Last of Us video games. Image appears in Zoe Simmon's article about why The Last of us was a turning point for feminism in video gaming.

Why The Last of Us was a turning point for feminism in video games

An article published by Popsugar.

Image is of Zoe Simmons with long pink hair. There's a cream background and you can see a door. Photo goes with Zoe's news article on smashing the stigma of gaming.

"Games were my dearest friends": Zoe Simmons on smashing the stigma of gaming

An article published by Popsugar Australia.

Image suggests a sci-fi scene or cyber-punk setting. It's characterised by bold contrasting colours. There's a bright pink road going up the middle with dark rock-looking objects on either side of the road. The sky is a less bright pink with black at the top, suggesting a sunset. Image is used in a news article by Zoe Simmons about how games help her manage chronic fatigue.

How games help me manage my chornic fatigue

Published by Popsugar.

Image is of a lady with long blonde hair wearing a pink top, pink headphones with a mic and holding a game controller. It goes with an article by Zoe Simmons about how she found best friends online gaming.

How I found best friends gaming online in lockdown

Published by Popsugar.

Journalist Zoe Simmons wrote the story of Hilary Judith, who nearly died in a skydiving accident.

8 badass female game characters we love playing as

Published by Popsugar.

An image of Zoe Simmons smiling at the camera.

The funniest glitches in video games

An article published by Popsugar Australia.

Image of a man sitting at a computer playing a video game. Image used in Zoe Simmon's article for OfficeWorks on finding the right speakers for gaming.

Find the right speakers for your gaming setup

Published by OfficeWorks.

Other

Image is of Rory Gilmore with images of four the boyfriends she had. Image used in Zoe Simmons's article about ranking Rory Gilmore's boyfriends.

We ranked Rory Gilmore's boyfriends so fight amongst yourselves

Published by Punkee.

Image is of three main characters from Sex and the City sitting at a bar with pink coloured cocktails. It's used in Zoe Simmons's article about 7 moments from Sex and the City that haven't aged well in 2021.

7 moments from the original Sex and the City that have not aged well in 2021

Published in The Latch.

Image is of Sydney woman Georgia Rochelle who was shocked by Kmart's response to her complaint to them. Her experience was the subject of a news article written by Zoe Simmons.

Woman outraged by Kmart's "disgusting" customer service response

Published by news.com.au.

Image of Mia Jane, who had her image deleted from Instagram not once. But three times.

Dear Instagram, are my rolls hidden enough for you?

Published by Body + Soul.

Image displays the cover of a book. It's pink with the title being Gold Age Politics. Written by Kathy Divine and Zoe Simmons

Golden Age Politics

Golden Age Politics was written by vegan author Kathy Divine. It explores ethical leadership, and how together, we can create change for a better world.

As part of this book, I wrote a small excerpt on ethical journalism–and that it isn’t hard to be ethical: you simply need to put yourself in someone else’s shoes. For journalists, a story might last a day. But for the person we write about, it’s forever: more media organisations need to be considerate about this.

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