TV Presenter, Journalist, Producer and MC
Emma Davenport is a versatile media professional who works both in front and behind the camera to cover major sports events, as well as lifestyle shows. A television presenter, journalist and producer, she is also a warm and engaging host or MC for live events, as well as corporate and commercial activities.
Emma’s career in the media has been high profile. She was a key player in Seven’s coverage of the 2019 Test Series Cricket and in 2018 was a member of the on air and production team for Seven’s broadcasts of the Australian Open, the Melbourne Cup Carnival and the lead up to the Spring and Autumn Racing Carnivals. That year, Emma also presented for Seven’s exclusive coverage of the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang and hosted the late night Wimbledon coverage alongside Geoff Masters. Another career highlight for Emma was covering the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio De Janeiro
Emma holds a degree from Deakin University in Public Relations and Journalism, and has achieved an extensive list of production credits as a script writer, researcher and producer. Her credits include; 2018 Brownlow Medal, 2018 Winter Olympics, 2018 Commonwealth Games, 2015 and 2016 Melbourne Cup Carnivals, 2016 and 2017 Australian Open and the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. In 2016, she was selected to travel with production to Southern Uganda for Seven’s AFL Coverage in partnership with the Cotton On Foundation.
On a personal note Emma was born in country Victoria. Her parents, professional horse trainers, both competed in rodeos around Australia and the world; it was this environment that her love of all things adventure, nature, competition and travel were born.
With an eye for business, in 2013 Emma founded popular homeware brand Grace and James.