More about Miss Rosanna

Photo by Leanne Cole - Fine Art Photographer
Christina Lew is a freelance writer/blogger, speaker and PR consultant with extensive marketing communications experience in a variety of different industries including arts and culture, fashion, beauty, retail, food and wine (FMCG), utilities and telecommunications.

Miss Rosanna is about interesting people, places and things to see and do in Melbourne's north-east and reflects Christina's interests in the arts, culture and lifestyle.

Christina has a BA in Public Relations from RMIT University and worked in the past for AMPR (Ann Morrison Public Relations) – Melbourne's pre-eminent fashion PR agency, department store David Jones, global environmental beauty company Aveda and telecommunications company Telstra.  She is currently contracting in the Media and Communications team at La Trobe University organising their Bold Thinking public lecture series.  Current freelance clients include Wendy's Music and Yarra Tennis Coaching.  Recent past clients include Avant Card and The Light Factory Gallery (now Second Home Eltham).  She has also worked as freelance writer for The Weekly Review.
The Ethics of Style exhibition at The Light Factory Gallery June 2013
Photo by Patrick McCarthy
Christina is a Board of Management member at Bundoora Homestead Art Centre and a past member of the Banyule Arts and Cultural Advisory Committee.  She has been writing her blog Miss Rosanna since January 2011 - a project of passion inspired by her move in 2008 from inner city Brunswick back to the leafy north-eastern suburbs near where she grew up.

Christina has practised Iyengar yoga for over 20 years and enjoys running and weekly PT classes at Cinch Training in Macleod.  In her spare time, she enjoys hanging out with her friends and family as well as travelling to different parts of Victoria, Australia and the world.


  1. Hello from another Miss. Rosanna!

    1. Thanks for stopping by Cat! Let me know where I can find you? Always good to meet more Rosanna peeps!

  2. Goodmorning Christina,

    I really enjoyed listening to you speak last night at Hatch and learned some valuable writing tips from you.

    Thanks so much for sharing your advice.

    Happy birthday for earlier in the week also.

    Kindest regards,
    Julie Walker
    (Fickle Nellie)

    1. You are so welcome Julie-we loved having such an enthusiastic and receptive audience on such a cold night! I will be in touch when I get a chance. Best wishes, Christina