Nicole Swinford is an author, writer, historian, videographer and broadcaster – she is a Historyteller.

Nicole's first book Amelia Earhart's Last Photo Shoot was published with The Paragon Agency in May 2015. Based on a never-before-seen film of Amelia's last photo shoot as she prepares to leave on her fatal World Flight, the book and film were featured on outlets such as Fox News Business and National Geographic, amongst others. This was followed up with Amelia Earhart's Last Flight to Hawaii in May 2016. Nicole's work also appears in The Digby Stuart War Memorial in which she writes the section "Women on the Digby Stuart Memorial." The book will be released in 2018 in honor of the 100th Anniversary of the end of the First World War.

With her BFA in Television and Broadcast Journalism from Chapman University's Dodge College of Film and Media, Nicole's work in media includes experience in multiple newsrooms on both the local and national level - and in mediums covering  print, online, television, and radio. Her historical articles include such work as "10 Things You Might Not Know About Our Independence" and "Love of Government: Civil War Letter Still Speaks 150 Years Later"

Nicole is a Hoosier, but currently lives in London where she completed her MA in Historical Research and is currently completing her second MA in Creative Writing.

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