About Us

We draw from a talent pool representing the best in the communications business, forming teams to meet specific needs. Heading TELL is Helen Campbell, with Hazel Flynn providing expert support.

Helen Campbell

Helen CampbellHelen is a writer, director and video content producer with extensive experience in telling stories with a human face. She works directly with clients to produce the communication tools they need, including television commercials, online promotional videos, corporate stories and documentaries.

Current and recent clients include Breast Cancer Trials, National Geographic Channel, Procter & Gamble, Healthcare Australia, Ronald McDonald House, South West Sydney Local Health District, Northern Sydney Local Health District, Synapse and SBS.

Teaching is a long-time passion. Corporate and government clients seek Helen’s expertise via the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS). There she leads courses in marketing, production and messaging, and how to find your unique brand story and tell it with heart.


Hazel Flynn

Hazel FlynnNeed someone to explain the Ebola virus in 450 words, translate a complex policy document into plain English, or create compelling, effective web copy? Hazel does that.

She’s also written, co-written or ghostwritten 10 books including Hazel’s Journey, the chronicle of Hazel Hawke’s experience with Alzheimer’s, shortlisted for the Australian Human Rights Non-Fiction Award; acclaimed teen cancer story By Your Side; and cricket Test great Brad Haddin’s memoir My Family’s Keeper.

From Reader’s Digest to the Best Science Writing 2016 anthology, Hazel can tailor a story to any audience. Atlantis Healthcare, HCF’s Health Agenda, the NRMA Living Well Navigator blog, Open Universities Australia and Wenona school are among those who have sought her skill with words and people.


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