Bernadette Nunn fell in love with words as soon as she learnt to read and she’s been writing ever since. She’s been a professional storyteller for more than 30 years in print and on television. She is an experienced on camera presenter, news reader, reporter, executive producer and film maker. In 13 years at the ABC, she made hundreds of hours of internationally broadcast television on subjects ranging from science to the arts, football to farming, from Cambodia to Samoa, KL to Kakadu, Uluru to Ningaloo, Fiji to the Daintree.
Bernadette has been drawn to the untold story, the nuances ignored by the headlines and the human interest stories that are a much-needed antidote to the bad news dominating much of our media. Bernadette left her favourite Aunty in 2013 to pursue that passion and make her own “out of the ordinary” documentaries, and is now teaching Journalism at Deakin and Melbourne University.