Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Restoring Femininity

Michelle Miller | TEDxAmsterdamWomen

As femininity cannot be measured, we often consider it to be without value. Being feminine is not about a measurable result, it is about the experience. It is a mistake to ask society to try and measure though. Michelle explains how writing a book and producing a TV show have, in fact, yielded great results, but above all were a great and liberating experience. 

Michelle Miller is a writer and producer of books, television, apps and experiments in digital art. Her novel The Underwriting, a satirical corporate thriller about Wall Street, Silicon Valley and online dating, first appeared as a self-produced transmedia serial, and she is now writing the television adaptation with Endemol and Fox. In a past life, Michelle worked in finance and as a consultant in New York and across Europe. She holds a BA and MBA from Stanford University and currently splits her time between New York, Los Angeles & London.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the share, Rhonda. I found the talk to be a quite enjoyable experience. However, with a roomful of women looking straight at her, couldn't one of them have given the universal sign of rubbing a finger across the front teeth to Michelle, just to let her know that her lipstick was all over her two front teeth? ;-)