Andrea Brymer is one of Scotland's best known newsreaders and currently, the main female anchor for STV North.
Andrea started her career as a journalist at STV and was quickly promoted to the role of features reporter, which saw her tackle a huge variety of serious news issues to the more daredevil role as all-round action girl.
Never one to shy away from a challenge, Andrea then moved into live presenting and has been reading the news now for over 14 years. During that time, she has been one of the two main presenters chosen to co-host live pan-Scottish programmes on major stories. These include two Scottish elections, the North Sea helicopter crash in 2009, which killed 16 men and the Pope's visit to Scotland in 2010.
She has also fronted a variety of other programmes, including the cookery programme Desert Island Chefs, which took her as far north as Orkney, sampling some of the best cuisine Scotland has to offer. Her diversity has also seen her write and present a number of social action programmes, and co-host STV's Hogmanay programme, from the world famous Fireballs at Stonehaven.
Andrea is a confident and accomplished host, ideal for charity gala dinners and awards ceremonies. She is great to work with and the client feedback has also highlighted her sense of humour and dynamic personality. Andrea is an excellent facilitator/conference chair and has worked for a wide variety of clients from the Food Standards Agency to the Society of Petroleum Engineers.
Outside work, Andrea is mum to three boys, who keep her extremely active and entertained. She is passionate about Scotland and is an Angus Ahead Champion, promoting the county in which she was born. She is also patron of the TCCL charity, Tayside Children with Cancer and Leukaemia.