Arts Journalists

Browse the Clippings.me directory of arts journalists below. We found 91 arts journalists listed.

Jamil Khan

Senior Copywriter, Content Strategist, and Social Media Marketer

Using a process honed across numerous engagements, I help organizations find their voice, tell their story, and get the right message to the right person at the right time. My content moves your target audience along their journey to complete a sale, take action on an issue, or endorse your product. I deliver results for B2B/B2C, for-profit/nonprofit, and in-house/agency clients. I have worked within a wide range of industries including technology, education, arts, public affairs, energy, and consumer products among others. As a former political consultant, I’ve been using a persona-based approach ever since they were called “soccer moms.” Additional samples available on request - including videos, press releases, sales presentations, speeches, longform articles, and more.

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Alexandra

Strategic Communication Professional

I’m an ambitious strategic communication professional dedicated to connecting companies and consumers. My expertise includes public relations campaign design and implementation, market research and analysis, and brand storytelling. I am currently seeking opportunities that will allow me to improve the lives of consumers by addressing their feedback and connecting them with brands that share their mission.

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Lauren Hurrell

Freelance journalist

Freelance multimedia journalist completely an MA/MSc Digital Journalism at Goldsmiths, University of London. Skills include: HTML, CSS, Python, Javascript, R, mobile journalism, news and feature writing, interviewing, editing, WordPress, Premiere Pro, graphic design, and open source investigation. I cover topics ranging from the arts and culture, the news, social impact and beyond. I also have experience as a digital communication professional in the social impact sector. Currently, I create impactful content and manage the publication process from brief to launch to analytics across multiple digital and social media platforms as the communications lead at an award-winning creative youth service in Tower Hamlets. This is a small cross-section of the work I have done over the past several years. Contact me: [email protected]


Kevin Felt

Seasoned journalist/teacher with overseas experience and a knack for narrative

I recently returned to the U.S. after working in China since 2005, teaching English, Journalism, Business and Western Culture-related courses at three Chinese Universities, while immersing myself in the language and culture. Previously, I worked for six years as a staff reporter at the Pasadena Star-News, San Gabriel Valley Tribune, Whittier Daily News and affiliated weekly newspapers in the suburbs of Los Angeles. I juggled a handful of different city beats, covering both breaking news and features, in addition to spending time on the business desk. My beats included everything from profiles of up-and-coming local musicians to the opaque dealings of secretive city councils. I parsed business earnings reports of major corporations and dug into the impact of the skyrocketing housing prices on local people. From an in-depth look at the behind-the-scenes development of a local high school musical from casting to curtain calls to quirky profiles of one-armed jugglers and a deaf pianist, I love finding the human story at the heart of every decision. In addition to daily deadlines, I frequently contributed photographs, video and social media presence. I have a bachelor's degree in print journalism and a master's degree in intercultural studies. I have a passion for helping people to gain a better understanding of the world and one another.

United States of America


Damolo Writes

Writer

NYC-based copywriter, editor, and storyteller with more than 15 years of experience developing and delivering external messages for arts organizations, businesses, and professionals.

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Catherine Asquith

Arts professional: former gallerist, now art dealer/advisor & arts writer

Widely experienced arts professional and a former Melbourne-based gallerist, I am tertiary educated, have extensive international travel and residency and, in excess of 20 years working within the Australian art market, and latterly, the Asian art market, across both the primary and secondary sectors. In the past 3 years, my focus has been the international blue chip sector, managing private transactions for internationally-based collections. Attaining a BA with a major in Art History (LaTrobe University, Melbourne), I undertook post-graduate studies in Sociology and completed a thesis for her B.Litt. (Hons.) degree (Deakin University, Melbourne). Thereafter, I commenced a Post-Graduate Diploma in Museumology and Curatorship at the University of Melbourne. Alongside this, I also undertook studies in Shakespearean literature at the University of Cambridge in the U.K. Over a period of 20 years, residency in London, New York and Singapore has availed an appreciation of the global art market, with regular attendance at various major international art fairs, such as Frieze London & New York, Art Cologne, Art Basel Hong Kong, Art Stage Singapore, and the Korean International Art Fair (KIAF). My expertise rests with a working knowledge of contemporary art practices inclusive of painting, sculpture, photography, and works on paper, in addition to a nuanced understanding of the unique Australian Indigenous art practices.


Michelle Douglass

Journalist and audio maker based in Bristol, UK.

Freelance writer specialising in arts, entertainment and natural science. Former staff journalist for BBC Earth and BBC Food. Contributor to BBC News; BBC Arts; BBC Culture; The Stage, Bristol 24/7 and Digitalbox. Speech audio nut who has worked across BBC Radio 4; BBC Radio Wales; BBC Learning English and BBC Earth, making radio, podcasts and social media shorts. If you'd like to chat please do contact me at [email protected] or @ShellDouglass. Thanks for visiting.

United Kingdom

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Megan Bull

Affiliate Editorial Assistant

Affiliate Editorial Assistant at HELLO! Magazine (Jan 2021-Present) www.hellomagazine.com/tags/megan-bull/ Journalist Surrey native + London commuter Blogger: Sincerelymegan.com (June 2019-present) Previous Experience: -Lifestyle Intern at HELLO! Magazine (Jan 2020-Jan 2021) - General Temp at Condé Nast Britain (Nov-Dec 2019) - Freelance Writer for Attitude Organic (July-Oct 2019) - Content & Social Media Intern at SUITCASE Media (Aug-Oct 2019) - Lifestyle Contributor at Impact Magazine, UoN (Feb-May 2019) - Proofreader at Humans of UoN (Dec 2018-May 2019) - Office Assistant at MBL Estates Ltd. (Jun-Sep 2018) - Content Intern at The Institute of Direct & Digital Marketing (Aug-Sep 2017) - Editorial Intern at SUITCASE Magazine (July 2017) University of Nottingham English Literature and Creative Writing (BA Hons) Graduate: Upper second class division. My article, 'What your degree says about your fashion sense' was shortlisted for the Best Lifestyle Piece 2019’ award by the Student Publishing Association, an award that received 1,000 submissions nationally.

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Amy Bartlett

Editor / Writer

A 20 year veteran of Marketing, Media, and Ministry, Amy Bartlett has built a career on finding and delivering the story -- especially the story of God in contemporary society. Graduating from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and serving as an editor for Guideposts in New York City, Bartlett relocated to her home state of California serving independent clients for nearly a decade (e.g., Rhapsody [now Napster], Purpose Driven Publishing, KLOVE/Air1, Barbour Books, etc.), and directing children’s arts education and drama therapy programs for North Coast Repertory Theater. In 2008, Bartlett focused efforts exclusively in Marketing and Advisory Management for San Diego’s New Venture Christian Fellowship (continuing through early 2020 as adjunct/consultant), and served 4+ years as Marketing & Digital Communications Director for Jessup University in Northern California. Having now settled in the Southeast (Hilton Head / Savannah area), Bartlett recently returned to writing / editing full time, and maintains "multi-passionate" pursuits in the Arts, including music and photography. Of these varied outlets, Bartlett states, “It’s impossible to pick a favorite format, but it’s impossible not to focus on a single Reason. My job is to hold a microphone to whatever the language, tool, or project, directly or indirectly fulfilling a modern day translation of the Great Commission, communicating through all things, Jesus.” For contact, more info, and "beyond writing," visit amybartlett.org.


Diana Michèle Yap

Writer and Editor

Washington, DC

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