Robert Mighall has had quite a varied career up to now, but the common thread running through his biography is ‘story’.
He has a PhD in English Literature and History, and once held a research fellowship at Merton College, University of Oxford, where he wrote a book on Victorian fiction.
After Oxford he went on to be the editor of the Penguin Classics series, where he was responsible for ensuring the world’s greatest stories were made available and accessible for modern readers. He has published and lectured on the likes of Oscar Wilde, Charles Dickens, Robert Louis Stevenson, William Shakespeare, John Keats, and William Butler Yeats.
From looking after a famous brand, he went agency side to create them. He is now a writer/brand-consultant/corporate-storyteller ...