With over a decade of experience in television, video and audio production, Kimberley grew up in rural North Devon before venturing to London to pursue her career in media.
In 2018 she won the Media category at the Women of the Future Awards, a platform for the remarkable female talent in the UK.
Other than her marriage and the birth of her daughter Florence, one of Kimberley’s proudest achievements to date has been her work on the Telegraph’s ‘Mad World’ and ‘If I Can Do It’ mental health podcasts, working closely with journalist Bryony Gordon to reflect to the wider audience why sometimes in life it’s perfectly normal to feel weird.
This sentiment, alongside her own experiences of living in both the city and countryside, is the inspiration behind Townie Spider.
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