Former Daily Mail journalist Natasha Courtenay-Smith is the founder of press and publicity agency Talk to the Press, which helps ordinary people around the country sell their stories to newspapers and magazines, as well as managing the strategies of individuals caught up in a media storm.
Natasha has been a journalist for over a decade and written hundreds of articles. A large proportion of these have appeared in the Daily Mail, where Natasha was a feature writer and specialised in human interest interviews and health stories. She has also written for the Independent, the Sunday Telegraph, the FT magazine and other tabloid newspapers, as well as glossy magazines including Marie Claire, Glamour, Red and Grazia.
The articles below are a selection of Natasha’s work, but content supplied by her press agency Talk to the Press can be seen in national newspapers, magazines and on tv each week. Click here to see the latest work by Talk to the Press.
Sell story to Bella magazine: we secure Natasha Pilter deal for her story about securing justice after being abused by her family GPWhen Natasha went to her GP she thought she was in safe hands. But she couldn’t be more wrong. In a story that made national news, disgraced Dr Anthony Collis abused five children under the age of 14 and in some cases their mothers were sat just feet away when the abuse took place. Natasha [...]Read More »