Bronwyn Sell is a Qantas Award-winning journalist who has worked in the media for nearly 25 years. She’s spent most of her career writing for the New Zealand Herald, both on staff and as a freelancer, and in that time has written for almost every section of the paper and website—news, business, features, investigations, magazines, travel, sport, blogs, real estate, entertainment, books… A career highlight was a stint as the Herald’s London correspondent. Her work has been recognised at the national media awards, including as a finalist for senior reporter of the year and winner of best general news story.
She has a Bachelor of Communications with a journalism major and graduated from AIT top of her year. She’s also worked as a chief subeditor at Fairfax Magazines (including NZ House & Garden), a chief reporter at the Waikato Times, a subeditor at Australian Associated Press in Sydney, a subeditor for News Corp Australia in Sydney, and a publicist at TV3, among other roles. She has extensive freelance experience, including as a PR and marketing copywriter and a manuscript copy editor and proofreader. She is also an international award-winning writer of romantic thrillers, under her pen name, Brynn Kelly.
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