Darren Baguley started his journalism career in 1986 as a cadet on the Burnie Advocate, in Tasmania. Since finishing his cadetship he’s had more jobs both in and out of journalism than he likes to remember. In 2002, Darren began freelancing for a variety of publications including The Bulletin, Managing Information Strategies (MIS), Computerworld, Computer Reseller News and Image and Data Manager (IDM).
Over the years, he added Cosmos, Monument, Management Today, several Reed Business publications, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, The City Weekly, Voyeur Virgin Blue Magazine, Inside Mining and Supply Chain Review to his portfolio. He has also done a stint as managing editor of the Green Pages Business Directory. He lives on a farm in Central West NSW, Australia, with his wife, three cats, one dog, two alpacas, a dozen or so sheep, too many ducks and chickens to count and nearly a thousand hazelnut trees.