In addition she runs her own boutique pr and marketing agency Little Train PR & Marketing. Her clients hail from Australia, the USA, UK and Asia and the agency specialises in the lifestyle, beauty, fashion, technology, environment and entertainment industry. Bronny was one of the first fashion bloggers launching AskBronny.com in 2005, she has since retired the site to focus on her children’s books and pr and marketing agency Little Train PR & Marketing.
Bronny pursues her passion for writing through poetry, the children’s book series ‘My Super Family’ and ‘Boo and Mouse’. A published writer, Bronny has written articles, reports and papers in the arts and entertainment industry. She is also a regular contributor to many lifestyle blogs including SassiSam.com, MyGirlfriends.com, Mamamia.com.au and Woman.com.au. She has been working on a novel for the past 7 years and in her spare time finished a spec screenplay ‘Four Girls and a Motorhome’ which is currently in development.
In 2000 Bronny was awarded a Churchill Fellowship to study “marketing and programming to youth audiences in the international arts community”. Bronny visited Singapore, London, New York and Washington and on her return wrote a 20,000 word research paper to be used as a tool in the Australian arts community. Bronny also won an ‘Excellence in Leadership’ for ‘New Audience Development’ from Arts Victoria in 1999 as well as a scholarship to study at the University of California – Los Angeles. Whilst studying at UCLA Bronny made the Dean’s Honors List.
From 2005 through to 2008 Bronny was a radio DJ on the dance music radio station Kiss FM. Her show Kisstory aired every Tuesday from 9am – 11am discussing all aspects of music history. Bronny has also worked as a TV Presenter on the Channel 31 program Room to Grow where she presented a Fashion Segment. Bronny is also an experienced producer having been responsible for many filming projects including the Australian National Academy of Music mini documentary, several crowdfunding campaigns as well as producing the short film “Pop”.
An experienced public speaker, Bronny has been MC for various events as well as presenting as a guest speaker on a variety of topics including single parenthood, writing children’s books and styling (fashion).
In 2008 Bronny’s daughter Alexis was born. She is the inspiration for the series “My Super Family”.
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