Hi, I’m Natasha Spencer-Jolliffe, and I love words.
Listening to them, learning new ones, putting the perfect ones down on page to make that sentence just right, and whizzing them around again until they’re just so.
And of course, nattering words to chat, relate, put the world to rights, ask questions, and generally find out more about the world and us in it.
"Natasha is an exceptional journalist and displayed an incredible ability to story tell and build communities across multiple publications and social media platforms. Her role ranged from researching, brainstorming, interviewing, writing, proofreading, editing & creating and developing client relationships. Natasha has the unique ability to merge the necessity of existing media skills such as good writing, investigative skills, ethics, neutrality and verification with emerging new media skills such as utilising social media tools, content management systems and email marketing service providers."
Peter Patterson, Managing Director, Woodcote Media
"I've had the pleasure to discuss trends in sustainability and naturally sourced products with Natasha. I found her questions and insights to be both engaging and thought-provoking. Natasha was able to connect a deeply technical discussion to real-world impacts, finding the relevancy that all entrepreneurs dream of."
Damien Perriman Senior Vice President, Speciality Products at Genomatica
“An absolute delight to work with on stories and is always supportive of our research. I appreciate how she’s constantly on the lookout for interesting, informative content for readers”
Beatrice Lwee, PR and Communications Manager, Mintel
“A genuinely journalistic nose for a story means she's your go-to gal if you want your brand story picked-up, oxygenated and retold. Natasha has an enviable black book of media and digital contacts”
Peter Antenen, Growth Hacker, Brand Architect & Capacity Builder at Antenen Consulting
“Natasha and I worked on an interview feature with the founder of Bulldog Skincare. As we are expanding in our availability in Asia it was a perfect time for her to grill us on our plans and views of the market. She has a sound knowledge of the illustrious South Korean skincare market and asked evocative questions. I'm looking forward to working with her more as we expand globally.”
Lekha Mohanlal, Publicist at Hill + Knoughton Strategies, Bulldog Skincare
Latest Published Articles
- How to enter and succeed in the entrepreneurial food and drink spaceon 21 September 2021 at 11:00 pm
We delve into life as an entrepreneur and speak to several founders who have launched businesses in the food and drink industry.
- EDF calls for action on ‘toxic equity problem’ in personal care productson 19 September 2021 at 11:00 pm
Research shows that beauty and personal care products are one of the sources contributing to women of color being disproportionately exposed to toxic chemicals. For example, a 2021 paper from scientists at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health found that hair products commonly used by women or color showed hormonal activity. Another study, published in 2018 by scientists from the Silent Spring Institute, found that 72% of the hair products for women of color contained parabens and dieth
- Emerging Science: fresh produce and light manipulationon 19 September 2021 at 11:00 pm
Food Manufacture speaks to Jen Bromley, PhD and head of plant research and development at London-based vertical farming innovator Vertical Future, to find out more. Food liking is a key driver that repeatedly brings consumers back to the same food choices. When it comes to product development, taste is paramount. In 2020, 88% of consumers confirmed that taste is the primary reason for buying a food item, the International Food Information Council Foundation’s survey found. Taste ranked above