I am a journalist working with small companies and big causes to create compelling evidence-based communications.
I craft and broadcast accurate and timely social media messages, blogs and articles, finding refreshing ways to communicate to the public. I know how to talk to other journalists and editors when it comes to attention-grabbing press releases.
Together, we share your powerful messages.
More about Elisabeth Winkler
A journalist published in all the UK broadsheets including the Independent on Sunday, I have interviewed my share of big names such as Oliver Sacks and Boy George.
After 18 months as a political columnist in the Bristol Evening Post, I was editor for the Soil Association for eight years (2001 to 2009) including editor of Living Earth, news editor of Organic Farming and editor of the relaunched 1946 journal, Mother Earth.
Fast freelancer with flair and focus, I add hit-the-ground-running senior communications capacity to your existing team. It is amazing what can be achieved in one day.
I am a versatile communicator, including public speaking, playwriting and acting. My memoir to my husband, ASHES, was shortlisted in the Fish Publishing Short Memoir 2013 Awards. In 2015, I was commissioned by Changing Face Collective to write a verbatim play based on interviews with people affected by accelerated gentrification in Lambeth. Where Will We Live? received a four-star review from The Stage. In 2016, I played York in a regendered Barded Ladies production of Henry VI part 3 in the Bristol Shakespearian Festival. In 2018, I played Mistress Quickly in the Apricity adaption of Henry IV parts 1 & 2, Between The Armies. In 2019, my work made the Fish long-list for Flash Fiction, and Poetry. I am publishing two ebooks in June 2019: ASHES a memoir to my late husband, Adrian Reid; and the ebook publication of his best-selling novel, CONFESSIONS OF A HITCH-HIKER.