Public Relations Institute of New Zealand Changing Mindsets Conference E te whare e tu nei, tena koe Te marae i waho nei, tena koe E nga mate, haere, haere ki te po E nga mana, e nga reo, e nga iwi o te motu E te tangata kua hui hui nei Nga mihi We’re gathered… Continue reading We can be the changemakers
I grew up with comedy, listening to and reciting Rowan Atkinson and Monty Python while doing the dishes with my brother in our suburban Palmerston North kitchen. We would invent and record or perform sketches, and put on shows for anyone who would watch – costumes, recorded music and all. At university, we wrote and… Continue reading Can’t you take a joke?
When I was in my mid-twenties I was a junior member of the editorial team in a television newsroom. I had a lot to learn about television news, so I tended to just listen, and when I did contribute, I quickly learned that my input was offtrack. It turned out I wasn’t really very good… Continue reading The female gaze; the mother tongue