Award Winning Television Presenter, Journalist, event host and producer; Emma Vosti’s versatility as a media professional has placed her in front of the camera for major and international sporting events and red carpets.
A warm and engaging storyteller, Emma’s experience in bringing the audience along for the ride has proved to be her secret to success.
Emma was part of Channel Seven’s Logie Award Winning coverage of the 2020 Tokyo Paralympic Games, personally hosting over 50 hours of live television across 12 days. In 2018 Emma hosted the network’s coverage of the Winter Paralympic Games and was on the ground in South Korea as a reporter for Seven’s exclusive coverage of the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang. Another career highlight for Emma was covering the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio De Janeiro.
Emma is a key part of Seven’s AFLW coverage as a boundary rider. Her role as a reporter has seen her work across the biggest events on the calendar including; Test Cricket, Commonwealth Games, Australian Open, Melbourne Cup Carnival as well as the Spring and Autumn Racing Carnivals to name a few.
Emma is a reliable, warm and engaging host or MC for live events, corporate and commercial activations. Some of these include hosting events for Toyota, Women’s Health, Business Chicks, Crown, The Australian Turf Club, Melbourne United, Racing Victoria and the AFL to name a few.
In 2013 Emma founded popular homeware brand Grace and James. A business she built from the ground up and went on to sell in 2017. More recently she’s the co-founder of a female-led Creative Production Company, One Stop. Agency.
Currently located in Melbourne, Emma lives with husband Dan, their 1 year old son Jack and cavoodle Lola. Emma is a sports fan who loves home renovation and design and travel.
Emma and Dan share a passion for building, renovation and design and completed their first family home in May 2020 of which Emma shared their journey on instagram. Their latest build is underway and due for completion in 2022. They’re also currently planning the renovation of their 1930s Art Deco forever home.