Studied English and Humanities at university whilst a single mum, she became a journalist through what she calls 'the side entrance,' Michelle has enjoyed working across Canada, Germany and France as a UK correspondent; the only one not to go through Journalism school. She has always been proud of the fact, she recalls, that she taught herself. If this wasn't enough to go on, she became a self-made editor in chief for her own project The Vintage Eye magazine which went on to be recognised as the ground breaking publication in 2015. She single handed tore down barriers of racial prejudice in the modelling industry by becoming the first vintage industry publication to feature models and future stars from all cultures and backgrounds.
Moving on from The Vintage Eye, she then sat a staggering three diplomas in less than six months, becoming an NLP Practitioner, CBT Therapist and certified life coach in less than a year. A feat that should have taken in total, 6 years. Her point? Showing that 'it could be done by a no hope.'
Moving into social psychology, her book, Cause and Effect discussed the nature of social indifference and argued the idea of the Law of Attraction and its downfall. She has focused much of her attention in her private life working with disability charities, the homeless and children with Autism.
She is a campaigner for Autism rights, domestic abuse and encourages teenagers to focus on what education is failing to teach them about life.