Michele started her career in London at Leagas Delaney. She spent five more years in London and was recognized in D&AD while she was there. Returning to the US, she was hired in Atlanta, Georgia at the award winning shop called Hutcheson Shutze. There she was called a “devil worshiper” and “smart ass woman” for writing a radio spot where a guy comes back from the grave for a Hardee’s cheeseburger. So she quickly left the Deep South and headed to the more liberally creative city of NY. She won numerous NY Addys and was shortlisted at Cannes for her work on Norelco. Michele moved back to Europe in 2011 as a creative director in Paris at DDB. She now works at Grey London as a Global CD on GSK and many other accounts including Vodaphone, Gillette and Emirates Airlines. Where, by the way, they appreciate creatively disruptive ideas by smart-ass women.