A curious and versatile Darwin writer
Peta Burton is a writer/photographer and also works with Australian Geographic.
She has an inquisitive mindset and unsatisfied appetite for knowledge. Peta’s fervour is contagious and sincere and invites people to openly share their stories. With a BA Ed, Post Grad Journalism and Masters in Communication and Languages Peta uncovers what makes us tick, why and how with intrigue. There’s much to notice, learn, understand and share in this world and Peta’s enthusiasm for doing so has a vast ripple effect. Meet her and you’ll see why.
Peta is the author/photographer of 4 books, including The Ochre Cloak – 100 Laps of Uluru Learning the Art of Kulini.
Available in Australia;
The Bookshop, Crocosaurus Cove and Tourism Top End in Darwin
Tourism Central Australia, Alice Springs
Maruku Artists – Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park, Yulara
Northern Territory Archives – Northern Territory Library, Parliament House
Available in USA;
Books or Books, Las Vegas California
“It is an ancient need to be told stories, but the story needs a great storyteller”.
Please contact Peta for samples of her published copy.