It's time to own your story
You know your business inside out, but sometimes that knowledge gets in the way.
Like sitting in the front row at the cinema, it's hard to tell what's going on when you're too close up.
If explaining what you do feels hard, chances are you need the help of a professional communicator.
Someone who can make you feel less like Alice in Wonderland and more like Brene Brown.
That’s where I come in.
Telling true stories well
I've been telling stories since before it was cool.
A high school English teacher spotted I was a natural-born communicator and drafted me on to the school debating team.
I learned to tell stories, build arguments, and win an audience. I must have been very persuasive because I don't think my hairstyle was the reason I won the Scottish Schools Debating Championship (see right).
For ten years I researched, wrote, directed, and produced documentaries for the BBC in London. I told these stories with journalistic rigour, warmth, and a touch of humour. I found my happy place telling stories of artists and other creatives.