CORPORATE/TALKS

From media campaigns to quotes, I do consulting and promotional work for a wide range of clients, whose work or products I am happy to endorse and support.

Over the years I've built up a strong track record as a host, mediator and spokesperson, from the smallest new companies to global brands, and I love getting their message across in a way that really engages their target audience. 

While working to each client's specific brief, I also bring a strong personal style, and tend have a quick-witted, fun but serious approach, ideal for brands or organisation that want to add some 'human'-ness and spark to their campaigns.

My strong personal contacts in the media enable me to put in a call, bribe them with doughnuts, and secure high-profile media interviews for clients, which they might otherwise struggle to get.

Clients Include:

Baby Dove, Sainsbury's, Microsoft, Disney, EE, XBOX, IKEA, Avent, National Citizen Service, Travelzoo, Dettol, Huggies, Paramount, Richmond, McCains, Blurb, Scottish Widows, Proctor and Gamble, IMG and many more. 

Having spent 100s of hours interviewing all manner of guests in radio and TV studios, I’m now allowed out into the real world to interview people, chair talks, and host events. 

From book festivals to panel discussions, corporate events to conferences, I like nothing more than sitting on a stage trying not to cough into my lapel mic.

  • recent Baby Dove campaigns, including hosting FB Live event

  • National Citizen Service campaign spokesperson

  • Edinburgh Book Festival interviewer and host

  • Sunday Papers Live talk

  • Cheltenham Literary Festival

  • Funny Women at the Edinburgh Fringe panellist

  • Right to Play, Women’s Network panellist

  • Microsoft's Remarkable Women panellist

  • Mumsnet Blogfest - panel discussion chair

  • Netmums Blogfest - panellist

  • Centre for the Modern Family key panellist

  • SSE Women’s Invitational - panellist

  • Belfast Book Festival - talk and interviewer

  • Media training courses

  • Funny Women Accidental Conference