Lisa Marie Corso has worked for award winning production company Gristmill for the last three years where, alongside developing and writing children’s comedy The Inbestigators for ABC and NETFLIX, she has written and directed behind-the-scenes content for Upper Middle Bogan, Back In Very Small Business and The Inbestigators. In 2017 Lisa Marie was the Writers Attachment on Back In Very Small Business as a recipient of Film Victoria’s Key Talent Program. Lisa Marie is currently developing a web series with the company.
Reading books is Lisa Marie Corso’s main form of cardio and she was thrilled to co-author the National Gallery of Victoria’s publication M.C. Escher: More Than Meets The Eye in 2018, which won Best Young Adult Non-Fiction at the 2019 International Book Awards. She has also worked as a book researcher for Australian publisher Hardie Grant, a job she has been in-training for since becoming her primary school’s first library monitor at age 10.
Curious by nature (translation: professionally nosey), Lisa Marie has spent the last decade contributing stories humour and knowledge to some of Australia’s most prolific titles. She was previously Managing Editor of The Design Files, Australia’s most popular design website, for five years where she commissioned, edited, wrote, produced, researched and managed an editorial team to publish original daily content covering art, architecture and design. As a freelancer, her editorial work has appeared in frankie, Australian Gourmet Traveller, The Age, Domain, Man Repeller, Real Living, Lunch Lady, ABC Life, The Design Files and The National Gallery of Victoria’s NGV Magazine to name a few.
Unifying her editorial background with her affinity for good story telling, Lisa Marie creates rich, engaging custom content for commercial brands of any scale. She has develop and written branded commercial content for much loved Australian retailers including Gorman, Country Road and Incu, as well as for media titles and agencies to bring narrative focused commercial campaigns to life for brands including Coles, Deakin University, Darling Square, Xero, H&M, ACMI and 80 Collins St. She also contributed to the development of and created community content for Zoe Foster Blake’s popular Break-Up Boss app.