Fashion presenter, live events host, broadcaster, journalist and feature writer, Kiri has achieved many years of experience as a British presenter in both the UK and the US.
Kiri is an English and New Zealand television presenter and broadcast journalist. She has been on our TV screens for almost a decade and most recently has been seen on Dave covering David Hayes fight as well as Quest for the World Rally Cross, as well as the world feed. She has also presented alongside, Jimmy Bullard and Jason Cundy for their Kicks Off, on London Live.
Kiri also works for Arsenal TV, One World Sports and Indosat. As well as hosting 3 hours live weekly on Saturday for Fan TV on Sky talking all things football.
Working in the sports industry, Kiri has had the honour of interviewing numerous celebrities such as Amir Khan, James Degale, Perri Shakes Drayton, Max Whitlock and Gail Emms, as well as a whole host of Olympic athletes.
Having grown up in the world of motorsport, Kiri’s love for speed has taken her around the world covering events as they unfolded for the World Rally Series, the World Rally Cross and Ken Blocks UK Gymkhana Grid. Both are broadcast on worldwide channels.
Kiri is currently working as a pit-lane reporter for the GT Cup series in the UK and is a trusted name in the motorsport industry.
Kiri is also an established name in the fashion and entertainment industry. She has most recently appeared on E! The Royals and was also lead reporter for TLC at the Royal wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Kiri is no stranger to the red carpet and was celebrity reporter for Fashion One TV show ‘Front Row’.
An accomplished writer, Kiri attended the London School of Journalism and regularly writes for VIVA lifestyle magazine and her blog - 'Kiri on a screen near you'.
If you’re looking for someone with the breadth of experience and energetic style to convey your message, whether it’s a corporate presenter, product demonstrator, explainer, or an event host, Kiri is a great choice.
Here's Kiri's speciality sports showreel: