Art Journalists

Browse the Clippings.me directory of art journalists below. We found 152 art journalists listed.

Sarah Gaviola Kipling

Creative writer and literary editor

An NCTJ-accredited multimedia journalist, Sarah Jayne Kipling has written for The Evening Chronicle, The Journal and The Sunday Sun. She has worked as a sub-editor for The North West Evening Mail and currently edits and proofreads literary manuscripts for publishers and artwork and communications for several multinational clients.


Raessa Belnavis

Freelance Writer/ Columnist

Hello creatives, i'm Raessa Belnavis, a Fashion Merchandising Major Public Relations Minor at the illustrious Howard University. Currently the Social Media Blogger for Style Equation Magazine (LA) and Contributing Writer for Worn Magazine (DC) and Arc Street (Paris), and the a former Columnist for Design Diary (DC). I've studied at Central Saint Martins in London, and plan to also further my experience in fashion writing at Polimoda: The Institute of Fashion Design & Marketing in Florence, Italy. A lover of high street fashion and post-modern art, I'm trying to stamp up my passport and get as much experience as I can in the fashion industry.

United States


Balolas Carvalho

Journalist; Writer; Content Creator; Producer

A truth seeker, freedom fighter, and service-driven spirit. A human being in progress that assumes privilege as a responsibility. With a bag full of curiosity and enthusiasm, some of the biggest passions are connecting people and holding space for awareness metamorphosis to happen. If you don’t like to be challenged, we are not a match. With a strong belief in the power of community, I’m moved to inspire a regenerative way of being, more politically aware, ethically driven, and heart connected. A believer in the healing power of storytelling, I perceive words as ancient keys to liberation. Adaptation master, creative problem solving and an unstoppable will of giving the possible best (at the moment) are some of the traits that allow me to experience the World in a constant adventure state. I love exploring all realities and their rawness, and I’m always ready to hit the road. For three years, I've been producing an independent documentary in Palestine, "Bukra", focused on the different forms of peaceful resistance to the Israeli occupation in the Jenin refugee camp. Throughout 2021, lived in Berlin and worked as a correspondent journalist for the European awarded Luxembourg-based newspaper Contacto, collaborated with the investigative journalism project Setenta e Quatro and dived into the beauty of creation through independent filmmaking for Guerrilla Foundation. The Journey: Collaborated as a freelance reporter for different publications and online media, among them, P3, Público. In Cape Verde (Africa), directed and restructured a Community Radio for seven months and worked as a stringer journalist for "Bloomberg". Back in Portugal, began my master studies in International Affairs, while working for two startups in LA. In Feb 2017 joined the team of Jornal i as a reporter focused on Human Rights, Environment, and Alternative Lifestyles. Reported from 12 countries, created the weekly segment "Generation I", dedicated to the study of the Millennial generation in Portugal, and traveled through the Balkans for 31 days by bus and train. At the moment, I'm joining Wander Zirkus Collective for the build-up of The Fusion Festival, as well as freelancing for Super Fan Live. I'm also part of the production team of the Waking Life Festival and produce private events. Other collabs: Encontros de Alvito, NLP Academy, Enara Fest, Primal Gathering, and Cultivation Berlin, among others. I've also produced 4 editions of a gathering "B. Fest" and a fundraiser event in Lisbon "Yala", that attracted 630 people for a day of music, art, and talks about Palestine.


Clarissa Waldron

Journalist

Final year journalism student. Areas of interest include News - Culture - Music - Fashion - Arts - Interviews - Broadcasting - Documentaries - Photojournalism -

United Kingdom


Sandra Lee

Reporter & Arts Contributor

Sandra is a graduate of the Bachelor of Arts and Science double degree at The University of Melbourne, having also completed her film major abroad at The University of California Berkeley. She has a keen interest in reviewing the arts including theater, circus, the moving image and installation works. Her current work involves online text and audio content for Art Smitten (previously Arts Mitten) and SYN FM.

Australia,AU


Robert de la Teja

Writer/Editor

Writer and editor from New York via Boston via New Jersey mostly writing for a magazine in Portland

United States


Georgia Barnett

✨Free-Lance Writer, Editor and Women's Self-Love Coach✨

Hey, ✨Welcome to my personal page.... I am a features writer, editor and a women's self love coach.💖 I have contributed to renowned print and online publications in Shanghai, Tel Aviv and London including Women's Health Uk, Hip and Healthy, TimeOut and The Daily Telegraph. 💖 My previous experience includes Managing Editor of multiple bi- weekly lifestyle and interior design based columns in leading UK newspapers . Food and travel writing are also subjects in which I am particularly enthused about, I also managed travel and food news pages for North London's luxury lifestyle title, Vantage Magazine, and Time Out Tel Aviv. This experience is complemented by my skills in web editing, research, content curation, and production. ✨ I previously managed content for four online magazines Eternal Lifestyle.com, World Travelling.com Worldly Review.com and Absolutely Connected.com. From their inception, I created the vision, concept and content for each site, and gained a visit value of over 10 million users a month. Writing is one of my many passions, helping to connect readers to the page, to words, to learning something new and engaging them into an experience. 💖 I studied at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, learning about a plethora of unique nutrition theories from top health professionals, becoming a qualified health and wellness coach for women, and am passionate about helping them find freedom from struggles with self-love, body image issues and self- confidence. ✨ One of my biggest passions is helping women to see and embody the Goddess that they are! So that they live the life that they want and deserve. I'm all about Self-Love- feelin' the feels, diving into our shadows, owning our curves, edges cracks, stretch marks and scars- after all, that's what makes us unique and cements our mark on the world. ✨ I love to create safe and sacred spaces for women to come back home to themselves, to be seen, heard, understood and celebrated. I run a Facebook Community called The Self Love Club, a virtual club for women to connect and share our paths, struggles, wins and wisdoms. ✨ My passions and hobbies are writing and reading poetry, traveling, cooking, wellness, CrossFit, art (particularly French Impressionism), skiing, music, and women empowerment. Here I have showcased a selection of my published works and online projects. My email address is [email protected]


Louise Pool

Article Writer and Blogger

Louise Pool is an avid writer with a truly cross-cultural background. Born in Japan to Seychellois/Swiss parents, she attended an international school for six years, before continuing her education in Switzerland. Louise has a natural affinity for languages, but is most comfortable writing in her native language English. Louise is an experienced writer in many different fields. She has written both witty and informative magazine articles and blog posts as well as sizzling sales copy. She worked in the pharmaceutical field for several years and has copy edited and translated several medical research papers, so she is more than familiar with medical terminology. She writes amusing and informative posts on her personal blog Island Wench and is never stuck for ideas. Louise has a strong dislike for anything canned, be it canned writing or canned peas. She does, however, make an exception for tuna.


Craig Robert Brown

Writer | Coffee Fiend

My story so far. I went into debt to earn an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of New Hampshire in 2011. It was worth every penny. Since then I've worked as a freelance writer covering arts, culture, food and travel for a number of different publications, like Austin Monthly, Atlas Obscura, Dispatch Magazine (RIP) and more. I also live the #adlife as a creative senior copywriter developing campaigns for just about every type of brand you can name. Go for it. There’s a lot. On top of that, and working on a novel, I’m also a co-producer for the Here’s What I’ve Heard podcast. Season 1 is out now! I’m inspired by a lot of art and photography, especially when it’s my wife's. If I'm not writing, I'm probably changing my newborn son's diapers or cuddling him, getting chased by our Great Pyrenees, reading, eating, or trying to take a nap. Below is a (very) small, possibly outdated by the time you read this, sample of my writing as a journalist and copywriter.


Jen Moreno

Multimedia Journalist etc

California born, world bound journalist who can quickly adapt to the ever evolving world we live in. I've been in the field of journalism since late 2006 and in that time I have covered a variety of topics: Breaking news, arts, human interest, community features and events, school newsletters, Christian music, college department newsletters, and keeping a blog while studying abroad in Florence, Italy. Print is and will always be home but I also have experience in radio and in front of the camera, as well as behind. Journalism is an evolving field and so long as it continues to grow, so will I. I'm a natural storyteller, my job simply is finding out whose story to tell.