Happy 10 years to Lovelly Communications!

Very excited to share that Lovelly Communications is officially 10 years old!


I started my business in my last semester of university, actually while lying at home with a broken back (snowboarding accident). I knew I would one day run my own business and why not start it when I had a little extra time.

The business has grown and evolved over the years, as have I. It’s so exciting that at this time I’m stepping into the next evolution, bringing my services together into a program as a Personal Branding Specialist.

Flying solo is not easy, but then again, I’ve never really been alone in my business. I’m so grateful to all of my clients over the years, it’s been dynamic and interesting. I’m thankful to my friends and family, they’ve supported me and encouraged me. And I’m so thankful to those who have come in as partners and contractors, allowing Lovelly Communications to take on new and exciting projects at various times.

So Happy Anniversary Lovelly Communications! Here’s to the next 10 and more!


Sherpa – Movie Screenings around Australia – Tickets Giveaway

Sherpa is an awe inspiring, emotional and epic story of one  of the biggest tragedies to ever occur on Mount Everest. See this film to learn more about what life is really like for those who work and live on the World’s largest mountain. 


A fight on Everest? It seemed incredible. But in 2013 news channels around the world reported an ugly brawl at 21,000ft as European climbers fled a mob of angry Sherpas.

In 1953, New Zealander Edmund Hillary and Sherpa Tenzing Norgay had reached the summit in a spirit of co-operation and brave optimism. Now climbers and Sherpas were trading insults – even blows. What had happened to the happy, smiling Sherpas and their dedication in getting foreigners to the top of the mountain they hold so sacred?

Determined to explore what was going on, the filmmakers set out to make a film of the 2014 Everest climbing season, from the Sherpas’ point of view. Instead, they captured a tragedy that would change Everest forever.

At 6.45am on 18th April, 2014, a 14 million ton block of ice crashed down onto the climbing route through the Khumbu Icefall, killing 16 Sherpas. It was the worst tragedy in the history of Everest.

The disaster provoked a drastic reappraisal about the role of the Sherpas in the Everest industry. SHERPA, tells the story of how, in the face of fierce opposition, the Sherpas united in grief and anger to reclaim the mountain they call Chomolungma.

Nominated by the British Academy of Film & Television for the Best Documentary Award, the film been described by industry bible Variety as Œmagnificent¹. It is a must-see documentary capturing the aftermath of one of the biggest tragedies on Mount Everest.

You can view the trailer here:http://sherpafilm.com/trailer/

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Special offer for Lovelly Communications supporters

Thanks to Transmission Films we have five double passes for screenings of SHERPA, at various locations around Australia.

For your chance to win a double pass answer the following question:

“What is the greatest obstacle, mountain, you’ve ever had to overcome?”

Put your answer in the comments below for your chance to win!

You can also enter at the following social media channels with the hashtag #LovellySherpaTix

Twitter @Lovellyinc
Instagram @Lovellyem
Facebook www.facebook.com/lovellycommunications

Entries close 31st March 2016

For screening locations and times, visit the official Sherpa film website: sherpafilm.com

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It is my profound joy to share with you that I am working with World Vision Australia in the media team on a full time three month contract.

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I have taken on this position as of May 25th 2015 and it is a wonderful opportunity. I’m working with incredible people in the media team to share the incredible work of World Vision Australia.

During this time, I will still be running my business Lovelly Communications in a low key manner. Please do feel free to contact me about your marketing, PR and social media needs for contracts beginning in the near future or further down the track.

I will continue to be a member of the World Vision Blog Ambassador team and to share my experiences in the field when visiting with World Vision in various countries. I will also be continuing my sponsorship of Kamala in Nepal through the child sponsorship program at World Vision Australia. I have been sponsoring children through World Vision for 10 years and this is a program I plan to support both personally and professionally for a long time to come.

This is a declaration that all views are my own shared on my blog and social media channels.

Thank you to everyone for their support in taking on this role. It’s an incredible opportunity to work for a cause and an organization I am truly passionate about.

Written by Emma Lovell, Director Lovelly Communications.

Can’t wait to see Kelly Fastuca at MICF in “I need an Adult”

This weekend I’ll be heading down to Melbourne for the International Comedy Festival, MICF2015. I’m catching the last weekend of the festival and i’ve locked in a few amazing shows to see including the fabulous Kelly Fastuca!

I first met Kelly Fastuca in New York City at a stand-up night. She rocked the mic, and I even got up and did a few minutes myself. It was a blast and I loved Kelly’s style. It’s very exciting therefore to see her doing an awesome new show at MICF this year in Melbourne.


Here’s a bit more about the show:

Five years ago, Kelly was a rising star in the Melbourne Comedy scene when she won the American Green Card Lottery, packed up everything and moved to New York City.

Not knowing a soul and with a small amount of cash, she has somehow survived two hurricanes, a polar vortex, a blizzard, and some choice moments of strangers trying to wee on her. Starting a new life in a tough city, she needed an adult to get her out of bad situations. Or someone to just make her a sandwich.

Always relatable, always funny, ‘I Need an Adult’ is her Australian return to the festival circuit.

Known around the US for her work on podcast’s and radio, she is a regular on Robert Kelly’s cult following ‘You Know What Dude’ Podcast, and has also been a guest ‘Opie and Anthony.’ Her podcast ‘Get your hand off it’ is available for free on itunes.

“Hilariously twisted, brutally funny” Village Voice, NYC 2014

Venue: The Downstairs Lounge @ The Grand Mercure Hotel, 195 Swanson St

Dates: Thurs 26 March – Sun 19 April

Tickets: $20 Full, $16 Conc, $16 Group 5, $15 Tightarse Tuesday

Times: Tue – Sun 9:45pm

Bookings www.trybooking.com/GNNN, www.kellyfastuca.com

And for some light reading, check out some of the reviews!


There is more to Kelly than just the stand-up, make sure to check out her podcast, “Get your hand off it.” Known around the US for her work on podcast’s and radio, she is a regular on Robert Kelly’s cult following ‘You Know What Dude’ Podcast, and has also been a guest ‘Opie and Anthony.’ Her podcast ‘Get your hand off it’ is available for free on itunes.


Emma Lovell travelling to Uganda as an official World Vision Australia Blog Ambassador

It is my great privilege to announce that in November, I will travel to Uganda with World Vision Australia to blog about their projects and the work they are doing with communities there.

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Emma in Tanzania in 2008 with Lazaro

Here is the article from World Vision about the amazing adventure to come.

I’ve been sponsoring children with World Vision  for 10 years. It’s been an incredible experience and I got to also visit my sponsor child Lazaro in Tanzania. It was a day that changed my life. I’ve also been to Cambodia as a Tour Leader for Inspired Adventures and an amazing team of people who fundraised more than $80,000 for World Vision Australia. We had the opportunity then to visit a project and see the work of World Vision in Cambodia and what they are doing with communities there.


In 2015, I’m planning to trek to Everest Base Camp with World Vision and have already raised more than $4000. All information is here, https://everest2015.everydayhero.com/au/emma-takes-on-the-best-trek-everest. Stay tuned for more posts and you can see posts about this adventure already on The Traveller Em website. We are going with Inspired Adventures and you can track us at #EverestBaseCampTrek2015

This will be such an incredible experience to see another project of World Vision Australia and learn about the needs of the communities in Uganda. I can’t wait to share this information via my Social Media channels and blog writing. I truly believe through education and understanding, we can do things to make a difference.

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Here are a few other blogs I’ve written about World Vision an my experiences in the past:







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Emma Cycling with World Vision Australia Team through Inspired Adventures in Cambodia

You can follow the World Vision Australia updates at the following sites:

Blog: http://blog.worldvision.com.au/
Instagram: @worldvisionaus
Twitter: @WorldVisionAus
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WorldVisionAustralia

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To see what Lovelly Communications and Emma Lovell are writing and sharing, visit:

Blog Travels: http://travellerem.com/blog/
Blog Lovelly: https://lovellycommunications.com/the-goss/
Instagram: @lovellyem
Twitter: @lovellyinc
Facebook: www.facebook.com/lovellycommunications

Written by Emma Lovell, Director of Lovelly Communications

Emma Lovell will be writing for Social Biz Magazine

We are very pleased to announce that Lovelly Communications Director, Emma Lovell, will be writing a regular column for Social Biz Magazine.

The announcement was made on 25th July 2014 and we can look forward to seeing Emma’s first column in the beginning of August.

“Social Biz Magazine welcomes Emma Lovell as our new columnist http://www.socialbizmagazine.com/2014/07/25/social-biz-magazine-welcomes-emma-lovell-new-columnist/ via @socialbiz2″

Read the column at the above link and stay tuned as we will be sharing the blogs here monthly. Emma will be posting about all things Social Media and why she is passionate about this industry moving forward.

Stay tuned!

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year 2013/2014

We would like to wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year for 2013/2014.

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To all of our clients, fans and friends, we thank you for your support in 2014. This has been a cracker of a year for Lovelly Communications and we’ve worked on some incredible projects.

From working on our first Comedy Shows in the Adelaide Fringe, Melbourne International Comedy Festival and Melbourne Fringe Festivals to the launch of a new milk brand. We’ve worked with international musicians and on the Sydney Blues and Roots Music Festival. We’ve talked about watches, decking, travel and recruitment. It’s been a diverse and dynamic year and we’ve learnt a lot.

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With many developments still coming in the world of Social Media as so much of our business operations move online, we are happy to still work with companies in traditional marketing avenues and to integrate these two approaches.


We hope that you too have had successes and learning curves throughout the year and are striving towards a bigger and better 2014.


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Thank you again, have a wonderful festive season and we’ll see you again next year!


Kim Wempe Australian Tour

Lovelly Communications is proud to be working as part of TLC Publicity on the Kim Wempe Australian Tour.

It was wonderful to see Kim interviewed on Friday on ABC Radio Sydney and we look forward to seeing more of a buzz as her album is released during her tour in Australia.



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“…one of those strong, raspy voices that’s only made better by whiskey and more emotive by a sad song. She embodies the storytelling nature of the country genre, that slow burning hurt we know to be true of the blues, and these soulful gospel melodies that recall something almost spiritual.”

Alan Cross – Canadian Radio Broadcaster and Music Journalist


Born and raised in Saskatchewan, a small Canadian farming town, KIM WEMPE hit her musical stride after moving to the arts/cultural hub of Nova Scotia in 2008 to complete her Jazz Degree in Voice and record her 2009 award winning debut album Where I Need To Be. Following the much-lauded debut, the sassy Blues/Folk singer/songwriter collaborated with some of Canada’s finest musicians (Joel Plaskett, Old Man Luedecke, Thom Swift & Geoff Hilhorst of Deep Dark Woods) for her 2nd (award nominated) album Painting With Tides.  After four years of touring consistently, including performances at festivals & the Vancouver Olympics, Kim is set to release her third album and hit Australia for her first bunch of shows.

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Kim Wempe’s new album Coalition is roots-tinged pop/blues influenced by Americana storytelling and gospel melodies. Produced by Newfoundland soul artist Chris Kirby, the album showcases Wempe’s powerful vocals like never before. Supported by an insistent kick drum, alternative percussion, layered guitars, blues organ, and a gospel choir, Wempe’s smoky voice pulls the weight of every song like an unstoppable train.  Released in Australia on December 7 through Code One/MGM, Coalition features the infectious single Never Promised You Nothing and a heartbreaking duet with Tim Chaisson for The Only One. 


Catch Kim Wempe performing on the East Coast in December & January.  Dates attached.


COALITION is out December 7 through Code One/MGM


“That’s the reason why Kim Wempe is going to be huge; she’s got the heart, she’s got the soul and she’s got the kind of voice that holds those who hear it tightly. That voice is magic and no one who hears it will be able to turn away from it.”  Bill Adams – Canadian Music Reviewer / http://www.groundcontrolmag.com/detail/3/3522/






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Friday 20th December 2013: Lizottes – Dee Why (NSW) With Diesel
Ph: (02) 9984 9933 or www.sydney.lizottes.com.au


Saturday 21st December 2013: Lizottes – Dee Why (NSW) With Diesel
Ph: (02) 9984 9933 or www.sydney.lizottes.com.au


Friday 27th December 2013 – Wednesday 1st January 2014:

Woodford Folk Festival – Brisbane (QLD)



Thursday 2nd January 2014: Café Le Monde – Noosa (QLD)

OZCAN Showcase

Ph: (07) 5449 2366 or www.cafelemonde.com.au


Friday 3rd January 2014: Old Museum – Brisbane (QLD)

OZCAN Showcase

Ph: (07) 32574089 or www.oldmuseum.org


Saturday 4th January 2014: Byron Bay Community Centre – Byron Bay (NSW)

OZCAN Showcase

Ph: (02) 6685 6807 or www.byroncentre.com.au


Wednesday 8th January 2014: Brass Monkey – Cronulla (NSW)

OZCAN Showcase

Ph: (02) 9544 3844 or www.brassmonkey.com.au


Thursday 9th January 2014: The Basement – Sydney (NSW)

OZCAN Showcase

Ph: (02) 9251 2797 or www.thebasement.com.au


Friday 10th January 2014: Caravan Club – Melbourne (VIC)

OZCAN Showcase

Ph: (03) 9568 1432 or www.caravanmusic.com.au


Friday 17th January 2014: Brass Monkey – Cronulla (NSW) With Diesel

Ph: (02) 9544 3844 or www.brassmonkey.com.au


Saturday 18th January 2014: Brass Monkey – Cronulla (NSW) With Diesel

Ph: (02) 9544 3844 or www.brassmonkey.com.au


Have you ever experienced Bill Shock from a Telco?

Through another great shout out from Sourcebottle, Director Emma Lovell had the opportunity to be featured in Port Phillip Leader in an article entitled “Big Rise in Bill Shock”.


Have you ever experienced Bill shock? after receiving an $811 bill from telephone company Vodafone, we certainly experienced some shock! Make sure if you also have this situation make sure to contact the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman – TIO.

Big Rise in Bill Shock article

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