Celia grew up in a family wine business and could balance a budget before she was 10. By 18, having conquered the art of people management and pinot, she headed to London to pursue an acting career – which would have been incredible had she possessed a talent for acting. Luckily for Celia, the theatre’s PR department needed some help (whether this point was due to the previous point is for you to determine) – and it was here that Celia discovered that communications were her jam.
From here, Celia’s PR career took off and after moving home to Australia she found herself working on tourism and hospitality clients, and her favourite gigs Splendour in the Grass and the Falls Music and Arts Festival.
She then moved to creative agency, Dig&Fish where she worked on Jeep, Alfa Romeo, Sephora, Piper-Heidseick and Devil’s Corner.
Celia came to Taboo in early 2020 and can never leave. That’s an order.