Enriocco's creative abilities were apparent from a young age, as she grew up performing within wind ensembles and as a ballerina throughout the UK, in venues such as the world-renowned Her Majesty's Theatre, West End and Winter Gardens in Blackpool.
By age 14 Gabriella began writing an online fashion blog which saw her scouted a year later by an American publication looking to expand their reach. After studying haute couture and reporting on major events live from Europe she became an editor and, shortly after, launched her own publication as a teenage entrepreneur. British MODE had a host of celebrity columnists and monthly philanthropic features, inspired by her time tutoring English to high profile North Korean refugees (incl. Ji Hyun Park) for the European Alliance of Human Rights North Korea.
After years working hand-in-hand with the world's most high profile celebrities, designers and brands (incl. HBO, Cartier, Dolce Gabbana, Ferrari, Claridges) Enriocco's desire to move from print into broadcast led her to work in radio, where she progressed from reading local and national news to working on evening music shows, interviewing bands and co-hosting a sports show; wherein she led features on the Olympics, women's sports and interviewed the likes of world-renowned cricketer Jimmy Anderson OBE.
Enriocco then attended university to study acting and media and received a First Class Honours degree in 2019. As an actress she has over 4 years of experience and has trained under directors David Crowley (Hollyoaks), llly Hill (Institute of Directors), Sky Arts producer Helen Mason and actors Erin Shanagher (Peaky Blinders), Sue Jenkins (Brookside), David Fleeshman (War Horse) and Jake Norton (Coronation Street/Twelfth Night). Gabriella has performed at the Lowry, appeared in national TV campaigns, music videos, a plethora of indie films and done voice-overs for a number of animated shorts and promotional videos.
During her time at university, Gabriella channeled her on-screen skills as an actress and professional knowledge gained whilst working in the media towards TV presenting. Being fortunate enough to receive training from BBC Presenter Jemma Gofton, Gabriella gained a new skill-set which includes reading autocue, using talkback, vox pops, selly telly, 'make and bakes' children's presenting & interviewing for televised documentaries, as well as the ability to film and edit to a professional standard.
Most recently Enriocco produced EXIT: 109; an Artaudian nightmare-scape which focuses on issues surrounding mental health, homelessness and loss and donated 100% of the proceeds to the charity MIND Manchester. She is currently penning her first comedy and fourth play 'The Gossip'.