Alongside creating unique content for RubyTV, Ruby freelances for the international travel, culture + lifestyle press.
Ruby has filed for:
National Geographic (Paris Guide), Get Lost Magazine,The Diplomat, The Age, The Australian (Travel), The Sydney Morning Herald (Arts), The Geneva Times, Limelight, Vive La France, London Tribe, Rendezvous en France , SBS, ABC, Qantas Magazine, Qantas ipad and online magazine, Men’s Style and Itchy Feet. She is a regular contributor for Veronica Ridge’s Issimo Mag, Adam Ford’s The Big Bus Tour & Travel Guide and The Africa Report.
Ruby has worked both in front and behind the camera. As well as holding a degree in English and French literature, an Honours in Performance Studies and a Masters in Theatre, Ruby has been trained in Journalism, Presenting, Acting, Editing & Filming in Australia, London and Europe.
Ruby usually spends her time between Australia, Europe and North Africa.
Ruby’s high profile interviews include Sofia Coppola, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Ian Thorpe, Stephen Dorff, Audrey Tautou, Donald Sutherland, Elizabeth Hurley and Simon Cowell (who told Ruby she was the X Factor!). Ruby has appeared as a guest on Canal Plus, Ciné Cinema, Channel V (Australia), France 3, Dzair evening News, Ecourouk Breakfast news and Canal Algérie and and featured in various magazines and publications.
The Other Ruby?
Ruby’s alter ego is a tap dancing artist and appearances include at the Glastonbury Festival, the Hilton in Mumbai, The Whoopee Club in London, The Famous Spiegletent in Edinburgh and Australia, The Chat Noir in Switzerland, the Monument in Algiers and at Le Divan du Monde in Paris. Her performance work gives her a unique insight into her subjects, not only as she has gotten to known many of them between feathers and drum kits backstage in various venues across the globe, but she has an empathy and understanding of the artistic process. Ruby is the window into the intriguing worlds of performance and artistic adventures.