She has written for the likes of The Sunday Times, The Telegraph, ELLE, GQ and Vogue Australia. She is the co-host of The High Low, the UK's most popular women's podcast. She is a broadcaster, a speaker, and a parent.
But now Pandora turns her attention to authenticity. In her intimate, thought-provoking essay, The Authentic Lie, Pandora explores ideas about womanhood, mental health, social media, celebrity and the things that 'define' who we are.
She says: “As a journalist it is usual to become type-cast. I wanted to scratch an itch that I hadn't been able to do, yet, as a writer. The Pound Project gave me the opportunity to immerse myself, totally, in a passion project.
"My favourite kind of essay-writing combines pop-culture and modern philosophy, whilst never patronising or stringing along their reader. I wanted to see how far I could wrangle with the concept of authenticity, without the reader needing a lifeboat.
"Our modern life is defined by zeitgeisty buzz-words, but two such words - 'authenticity' and 'curator' - make impossible bedfellows. In a hyper-curated world, is an authentic life even an option? And what - when applied to the human experience - does 'authenticity' actually mean?"
What is your favourite book?
Tough call. But I would say that Atonement made the most intense impression on me.
What is your favourite quote?
You are only young once, but you can remain immature indefinitely.
What's your favourite word?
Florid. Or fervid. I find words that begin with the letter 'f' the most delightfully.... flamboyant.