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Producer and Journalist
An ambitious and energetic journalist and producer, with experience at leading media organisations in Australia and the United Kingdom. A skilled writer and communicator, I’m passionate about storytelling and thrive in the buzz of a live news environment.
Food and beverage writer & editor
Raised on Larousse Gastronomique, Kristen Hartke first gained practical professional experience in the food industry by working both in the front and back of the house in several central Florida restaurants before going on to receive degrees in photography and fine arts, with a concentration in art criticism, at the Corcoran College of Art and Design in Washington, D.C. Working as a freelance writer for over twenty years, Kristen has written about arts, education, and health, but has been primarily focused as a food and beverage writer for more than a decade, using her professional restaurant background to explore the terroir of ingredients and the culinary landscape of specific regions. Her most recent work has appeared in the Washington Post, Washington Blade, Flavor Magazine, Edible DC, and the Culinary Trends Tracking Series. She also serves as website editor for celebrity chef Carla Hall.
United States of America
Hannah Moran is a final year Journalism student in DCU. Throughout her time in DCU Hannah has been a member of DCUfm and DCUtv working on radio and video packages and shows. Hannah has been acting as Deputy Online Editor for The College View for the 2015/2016 academic year. Through her work with The College View and other publications, she has created a portfolio that is varied and accurately showcases her abilities as a digital journalist.
Writing can take people places they have never been before. Let me help you create a spectacular work of art. I have a degree in Early Childhood Education and a master's degree in Divergent Learning. I have experience writing and creating English Language Arts curriculum. I also have experience writing and creating English Language Arts assessments. Both the curriculum and assessments were aligned to Webb's Depth of Knowledge. Writing is one of my passions and I have other experiences to share as well. I have written company, product, and college descriptions. As a writer, I have experience writing blogs, academic works, and articles. I have written about topics such as health, music, fashion, and the environment. I believe in helping people achieve their goals. I respect your time and deadlines. Let me write the words that bring your dreams to life.
United States of America
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Graduado em Comunicação Social, amante de música e cultura
Senior Communications Manager
I thrive on keeping business stakeholders aligned around the organizational “why?” Articulate change agent with 7+ years of communications management experience in intensive scientific research and software development settings. Insightful, strategic thinker who partners effectively with business leaders to define, plan, and deliver organizational brand.
Writer, reporter and copy editor from New York City
Cookbook Author; Food & Travel Writer
My goal in writing is to teach. That's probably a legacy from my years as a Pastry Chef/Instructor at culinary school in Los Angeles. Now I write about desserts, travel, culture, and cuisine. I teach classes on baking techniques and food policy, and I run HappyChocolates.biz, an artisan chocolate company. This portfolio is an archive of my articles and reviews, including those about my cookbooks, CHOCOLATE BLISS (Random House/Celestial Arts, 2008), HAND-CRAFTED CANDY BARS (with Susan Heeger; Chronicle, 2013), and the latest, A BAKER'S PASSPORT (Amazon, February 2019). The blog FoodMarketGypsy.com chronicles these adventures and won the International Association of Culinary Professionals Digital Media Award, 2016. In other writing realms, I served as a television executive and a grant writer. I look for collaborations on story concepts, familiarity trips, reviews, junkets, and those who share the philosophy that baking and breaking bread are important, humorous, and life-affirming pursuits.