Kylie Miller is passionate about her work.
A communications specialist with more than 20 years experience as a journalist, writer and editor at leading daily newspapers in Australia and overseas, Kylie has always loved stories.
As Cupcake’s director, Kylie works closely with corporate and public-sector clients to help them get their message through, applying her extensive experience and communication skills to producing relevant and well-written materials and advice.
Cupcake Communications offers a wide range of services, including writing and editing of speeches, annual reports, briefs, advertising copy, corporate messaging, social media posts, pitch documents, editorial features, website copy, brochures and collateral, scripts and media kits.
Clients span industries including state and local government, utility companies, mining, tourism, travel, design, film and television, manufacturing, banking, arts and entertainment, and not-for-profit.
Prior to establishing the company in 2005, Kylie worked in the mainstream media as a writer, columnist, sub-editor and editor for newspapers such as The Age, The Herald Sun, The Newcastle Herald and The Bangkok Post.
She won the prestigious NSW Young Journalist of the Year award in 1994; completed a month-long placement at The Straits Times in Singapore; profiled Midnight Oil singer-turned-politician Peter Garrett for a book on leading Australians; and worked as a consultant on award-winning feature film Look Both Ways.
Kylie supports the marketing efforts of several not-for-profit organisations, including the Australian Red Cross Blood Service. She served a three-year term on the board of Paynesville & District Financial Services, which operates the Paynesville and District Community Bank® Branch of Bendigo Bank in Paynesville, Victoria.