Sheree Mutton is an award-winning journalist, television presenter, columnist and entrepreneur.
She is the Founder and Managing Director of Reeton Media - a content creation agency.
Following a short stint in New York City, Sheree returned to Sydney and began working for magazines, including It’s Your Business, Luxury Travel Magazine and Collective Hub. Sheree spent four years at Australia’s biggest-selling women's magazine - The Australian Women's Weekly - first as the Digital Editor and then Health and Beauty Director. She interviewed a range of A-list stars for the magazine, including Dame Joan Collins, Eva Longoria, Cara Delevingne and Kim Cattrall, and hosted lifestyle events across Australia such as the Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival (VAMFF) and Health & Wellbeing Weekend. She also fronted campaigns for Priceline Pharmacy, Olay, Pantene, Westfield and L'Oreal Paris, and regularly appeared on 2UE Talking Lifestyle radio as a commentator and lifestyle expert.
Sheree later joined the Daily Mail as Editor of FEMAIL - the newspaper's women's section focused on fashion, beauty, health, food, relationships and homes. She has written for more than 30 publications, including Whimn, 9Honey, 10Daily, News.com.au, Nine.com.au, Body+Soul, Good Health, Business Chicks, The Australian Women's Weekly, Women's Health, Mamamia and Kidspot. Sheree also lectures journalism at the University of Wollongong. She lives in Sydney with her husband David and their baby daughter, Atalia. She is an avid traveller and lover of remote beaches and gelato.
She has worked with leading brands and organisations, including Clear Skincare, Chifley, Ego Pharmaceuticals, The Sebel, Priceline Pharmacy, Shaver Shop, McGrath Foundation, Destination NSW, Vivid Sydney and Cubic.
Sheree is a master of storytelling with 15 years of experience in the media industry. She made her television debut at age 19, alongside fashion designer, Peter Morrissey. Appearing on Foxtel’s highly-popular Fashion TV in conjunction with Sunsilk, Sheree’s performance received positive reviews for her professional delivery. That same year, Sheree secured a reporting role with Fox Sports News, while finishing a Bachelor of Journalism degree at the University of Wollongong. By the age of just 21, Sheree had interviewed some of the biggest sporting stars in the world.
Sheree spent three years at Fairfax Media (now Nine Entertainment Co.) as a reporter, covering politics, crime, health, defence, real estate and entertainment. Her work was published in a dozen newspapers, including The Sydney Morning Herald and the Illawarra Mercury. She was also one of the first news presenters selected to appear on TVS News on the free-to-air, Channel 44. The thrill-seeking journo didn't shy away from challenges, taking flight in an Army Black Hawk helicopter and completing five hours of firefighting training - all in the name of a good story!