Nicole Partridge has worked with some of the biggest brands in media and publishing. An Australian freelance journalist and writer, her work has appeared in The New York Times, Marie Claire, The Guardian UK, Good Weekend, The Sydney Morning Herald, AAP, The Melbourne Age, Readers Digest, Body and Soul, World News, Grazia, The Daily Telegraph and Charisma magazine USA. Themes she explores include everything from true crime to the global refugee crisis, from profile pieces to travel and personal essays. Her writing — which includes long form journalism, first-person stories, scriptwriting, corporate communications and not-for-profit copy — is characterised by versatility, strong storytelling, and copy that is creative, compelling and conversational.
In addition to Nicole’s extensive mainstream body of work and lectures on writing, she has also written for World Vision, Samaritan’s Purse and Opportunity International. In more recent years, Nicole co-authored best-selling book, Heart of a Lioness and has worked with global publishing giant, Harper Collins Australia on Lofty: My Life in Short. Her communication skills extend into the realm of public relations work, securing print, radio and TV coverage for New York Times best-selling books like Heaven is For Real.
Nicole lives in Sydney, with her husband Scott and their two daughters and a crazy Golden Retriever called Winston.