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Connect with your voice & tell your story.

I went from a tongue-tied storyteller who loved writing and all forms of visual communication but didn’t believe she had anything of value to share—to someone who uses stories to connect both with the people I love, and with new friends and colleagues all over the world. All while being fundamentally and completely me.

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Miranda & Pickle

Miranda - tell your story

It’s hard to tell your own story when you are lost in the middle of it. I know. I’ve been there. I help the voiceless and the tongue-tied to untangle and tell their own stories.

Hi! I’m Miranda. I’m a writer, story teller, designer and, the human behind The hairy beast below is Pickle, my office buddy, walking companion and favourite sock-muncher.

Pickle in a bowl

Everyone has a story to tell, but very few have the confidence or natural inclination to be their own story teller. I’ve spent 20-something years helping turn research, data and ideas into stories that people actually want to hear.

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