A highly connected, big-impact, creative and no-nonsense communications, media and marketing agency, passionate about developing extraordinary campaigns that deliver outstanding results for our clients.

Stamping Ground is a boutique-sized public relations, media management, marketing and events agency that focuses on your business needs to deliver exceptional results.

The first step is fully understanding your business and your goals. Then comes our forte: developing and executing a high-impact campaign strategy so you can stamp the ground with your brand. Highly connected with broadcast, publishing and digital media outlets nationwide, Stamping Ground knows where to go to ensure the right fit, placements and outcomes for success.

Stamping Ground is led by Michelle Stamper, a vastly experienced media professional committed to working across every campaign to ensure goals are met with total client satisfaction. From launching Australia’s biggest television programs to developing media plans and schedules for the stars, Michelle is renowned for seamless talent management and relationships. She has impeccable media access and connections, which extends to the fields of public relations and promotion, content development, digital marketing, social media strategy, media buying and event management.

Stamping Ground was established in January 2021 and already has extensive experience servicing a number of national and international brands in the entertainment, sport, lifestyle, consumer, and not-for-profit sectors. Partners include Prime Video, Commonwealth Games Australia, Australian Grand Prix, Sport Australia Hall of Fame, Mother’s Day Classic, Good Company Bar Group, Kidney Health Australia, Kooyong Classic, Alin Le’ Kal, Melbourne Whisky Week, AusCycling, Portsea Swim Classic, Cox Plate Carnival and Twilight Beach Polo.

Michelle Stamper

Founder and Director

Michelle Stamper has more than 30 years of national media experience: as a senior-level executive, public/media relations professional, partnership specialist, crisis management expert, marketing strategist, journalist, producer and radio broadcaster. Michelle has worked for Australia’s biggest media companies –  Nine, Seven, Ten and News Corp – in several high-performing roles, including Nine Melbourne’s Head of Publicity and Marketing; Nine’s Director of Marketing and Partnerships (Channel 9, The Age, 3AW); and Seven’s Head of Publicity in Sydney. She was also General Manager of Communications for Marvel Stadium (formerly Etihad Stadium).

Her responsibilities have covered the development of PR campaigns and media relations for the nation’s most powerful  entertainment, news and sport television brands; conception and execution of national and local events and community engagement; sponsorship and partnership alignment and management; developing and implementing strategic marketing campaigns; talent management for some of Australia’s biggest household names; and content development. She has worked across top television programs such as 9News, Underbelly, The Block, Married at First Sight, Australian Ninja Warrior, LEGO Masters, The Logies, TODAY Show, The Footy Show, Roy and H.G. and numerous popular dramas.

Michelle has an extensive background in sport, as a PR practitioner, journalist and producer.  She has worked on AFL, Cricket, Formula 1, Rugby League (NRL), Golf, Netball, Tennis, the Melbourne Cup and the Olympic Games. She was the lead PR operative for both the Nine and Seven networks on five Olympic Games, including the Sydney 2000 Olympics. She also developed and executed publicity campaigns for TV networks for the Australian Open, Cricket coverage including The Ashes, AFL, international Golf’s Presidents Cup, the Rugby World Cup, the Commonwealth Games, and Australian Olympic Swimming Trials.

Rebeka powell

Rebeka Powell started her career in media at the ABC in 2016 as a political intern, before becoming part of the National Digital (online) news team, where she covered stories from the 2016 US presidential election won by Donald Trump to the gripping Thai Cave Rescue.

After a regional television stint with WIN News in her home town of Shepparton, Victoria, she rejoined the ABC in 2019, filing and producing for all platforms, including local radio.

Returning to Brisbane in 2020, she joined Channel Nine, becoming a senior producer and later executive producer of QTQ’s weekend and 4pm news bulletins.

She made history as the first Nine Network producer to be nominated for both the prestigious Clarion Awards for journalistic excellence and the coveted Walkley Award, for Best TV News Story and Reporter of the year in 2021.

Rebeka then moved to 10 News First Melbourne in early 2022 as a senior reporter where she delivered stories on everything ranging from crime to courts and natural disasters including the Northern Victoria floods crisis in late 2022.

Now making the switch to PR with Stamping Ground, she brings a wealth of knowledge and breadth of experience from multiple media platforms and outlets across the country.

Jordie Browne

With more than 10 years of experience in PR and communications, Jordie has worked with some of the world’s most reputable companies and recognisable talent across sport and entertainment. Her skill set spans media relations, campaign strategy and management, digital and social media communication, stakeholder engagement, and management of events and activations.

Jordie’s media career began at the Nine Network in the publicity and marketing department, coordinating media opportunities, community partnerships and events. Then, as the Melbourne-based sports social media manager, Jordie worked on Nine’s Wide World of Sports’ programming including The Footy Show(s) and Nine’s Summer of Cricket, working with stakeholders from the AFL, its clubs and Cricket Australia.

Jordie has since worked at Netball Australia and Netball Victoria as Media and Communications Manager, executing reactive and proactive media strategies for the Melbourne Vixens, Australian Diamonds, and corporate communications. In London in 2020, she managed external communications at The Football Association, the governing body for football in England (based at Wembley Stadium) on behalf of UEFA, the governing body in Europe.

Jordie’s vast experience across PR, communications, and digital media has seen her take on roles in the media and communications teams for major international events such as UEFA EURO2020 and the 2018 Commonwealth Games.