Editor | Journalist | Presenter
Award-nominated editor and journalist based in London. Over the last 10 years I have worked across print and digital for well-known publications, interviewing some of the world's biggest stars and innovative leaders for print, video and live events.
Writer, editor and live presenter with 10 years experience across print and digital titles. I became editor of luxury lifestyle magazine Tempus in 2019, for which I was shortlisted for the 2020 BSME Editor of the Year (Independent) award. I have been a host of Showmasters Events' conventions since 2016, including London Film and Comic Con (right) and Destination Star Trek. I'm proud to be an NCTJ industry advisor for PA Training.
What people say
Juliet Herd, HELLO!
International Managing Editor
Michelle proved to be a talented interviewer and writer as well as skilled videographer, and was responsible for creating Hello!’s first in-house video content for online. Michelle was a delight to work with; efficient, highly organised, self-motivating and a great team player. She showed initiative and always went beyond her required duties with good humour, diligence and grace.
Victoria Hensen, Peretti Comms
When looking for an expert to present Peretti's presentation training session, we wanted someone with a natural flair in public speaking, and who could make this nerve-wracking subject fun. Not only does Michelle have the experience and background, she also made it a productive interactive session, pinpointing challenges and helping find solutions for each individual. A thoroughly enjoyable session, it was also extremely insightful and each of us learnt something new to put into practice!
Jane Housham, Press Manager
University of Hertfordshire Press
Michelle worked closely with our author to prepare her manuscript for publication. She followed a brief to make the work ready for publication while preserving the spirit of the author’s prose. In carrying out this task, Michelle worked with the utmost respect for the author’s words while bringing out qualities in them that could easily have been lost.