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Arts journalist specialising in theatre.
Freelance film journalist and film programmer
Ashley is a writer and film programmer from London, now based in New York. He has written for publications including The Guardian, Sight & Sound, Vice, Time Out, Reverse Shot, and Little White Lies; and he has programmed at venues including BFI Southbank, BAMcinématek, and Clapham Picturehouse. He has also appeared as a guest critic on BBC One’s film show. Ashley is currently writing his first book, entitled 'Facing Blackness: Minstrelsy and the Media in Spike Lee's Bamboozled', to be published by The Critical Press in 2015. Contact him at ashcclark1 [at] gmail dot com
Jornalista. Online e offline. Comunicadora por natureza –ou palpiteira, tanto faz.
oi, tudo bem? meu nome é Natalia Engler, sou jornalista, nascida em Ilhabela e paulistana adotiva. mudei para São Paulo em 2003 sem conhecer nada nem ninguém, uma tábula rasa pronta para receber os amigos e as experiências que a ECA-USP me deu. foi assustador. passado o susto, São Paulo e eu nos adotamos como se sempre tivéssemos sido uma da outra. ela me perdoou quando fugi por um ano meio, para fazer meu mestrado em Comunicação, Mídia e Estudos Culturais, me dividindo entre Roskilde, na Dinamarca (ainda bem que só por cinco meses), e Florença, na Itália (que me recebeu como uma boa mamma italiana). no trabalho, já passei pelo Guia da Folha e revista sãopaulo, e hoje sou editora assistente da editoria de Entretenimento do UOL, onde vez ou outra ainda faço as vezes de repórter.
Freelance Journalist. I write about arts, culture, and lifestyle topics.
I'm a Portland-based freelance writer. I've written about food, sustainability, the arts, demi-celebrities and small business. I've also worked as a stringer covering breaking news. I've interviewed contestants for "The Biggest Loser," followed around a stage manager and documented her movements (lots of stairs).
Reportagem, conteúdo e fotografia
Adriana Carvalho é jornalista com 20 anos de experiência. Trabalhou em veículos como Agência O Estado de S. Paulo, Agência O Globo e jornal Valor Econômico. Radicado há 18 anos no Brasil, Didier Lavialle é artista plástico e fotógrafo.
A writer and musician in the New York City area
Jon Chappell is an author, editor, writer, and guitarist. He started professional life as multi-style guitarist, transcriber and arranger, attending Carnegie-Mellon University where he studied with guitarist Carlos Barbosa-Lima, and then earning his master’s degree in composition from DePaul University. Jon served as editor-in-chief of Guitar Magazine, and is founder and the first editor-in-chief of Home Recording Magazine. He has played guitar and recorded with Pat Benatar, Judy Collins, Graham Nash, and Robert Cray, and has contributed numerous musical pieces to film and TV. Some of these include Northern Exposure, Walker, Texas Ranger, Guiding Light, and the feature film Bleeding Hearts, directed by actor-dancer Gregory Hines. He is the author of six highly successful books and three videos in the “For Dummies” series (Wiley Publishing), including Rock Guitar For Dummies and Blues Guitar For Dummies, and has written several books on recording, including The Recording Guitarist: A Guide for Home and Studio, published by Hal Leonard; Build Your Own PC Recording Studio (McGraw-Hill); and Digital Recording (BackBeat Books). Jon has published articles in Rolling Stone, Men’s Health, Entertainment Weekly, PC Magazine, Mac World, and many other publications. In 2006, he became senior editor of Harmony Central, the leading online community for musicians, where he writes, edits, and produces multimedia content, including artist interviews, lessons, how-to articles, and products reviews. Visit Jon at jonchappell.com.
Northern Irish cross-platform journalist and copywriter
I am a cross-platform journalist, currently working as a Copywriter for a creative estate agency marketing company in Cambridgeshire and volunteering as a Presenter and Producer at Huntingdon Community Radio. My work experience covers production, editing and publishing of audio, video, press and online content on a professional and voluntary level. I have been involved in the development, delivery and management of community arts and media projects and events alongside local statutory organisations, charities and volunteers.
A highly motivated, diligent and industrious journalism MA & NCTJ student. I have just completed seven-months' employment with QS AIM as Editorial Assistant. My business experience as director of Diamond Homes SW Ltd has provided me with key transferable skills: self-motivation, drive and dedication. I am as capable of using my own initiative as working in a team and always operate in a punctual, efficient and professional manner. In short, I believe I have the drive, ability and tenacity to succeed at the highest level of the industry. I also have a first class Creative Writing BA (Hons) degree.