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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.
Affiliate Editorial Assistant
Affiliate Editorial Assistant at HELLO! Magazine (Jan 2021-Present) www.hellomagazine.com/tags/megan-bull/ Lifestyle Journalist Surrey native + London commuter Previous Experience: - Lifestyle Intern at HELLO! Magazine (Jan 2020-Jan 2021) - Blogger at Sincerelymegan.com (June 2019-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.
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.
Writer and Editor
Freelance writer and editor
I'm a freelance writer, editor and grant writer based in Detroit, MI. I help nonprofits, educational institutions and social justice organizations hone their messages, tell their stories, advance their missions and raise funds. My work has been featured in The New York Times, the New York Daily News, the San Francisco Chronicle, Metropolis and numerous other outlets.
Freelance journalist, podcast host, and mental health ambassador
I'm a freelance writer who cares about digging deeper and uncovering injustices towards marginalised groups, such as in mental health care and gender politics.i want to tell the stories of those who do not have a loud voice in society and explore the intersections between tech, science, psychology and culture. I am a trained journalist with three years of experience across national, local, consumer and B2B titles including; Wired, Tech Talks, DJ Mag, BBC Radio Sheffield and Medium. I volunteer as a mental health advocate for Rethink's Camden Advocacy Service, campaign for charities such as The Mix and MQ, and coordinate events for Creative Voices Mind and Journo Resources. I am looking for work in journalism, creative and media adjacent jobs.
Athletic Trainer turned Sports Journalist
Thanks for checking out my work. I m a recent graduate from UNC-Chapel Hill. I spent my college years majoring in Exercise and Sport Science with the goal of becoming a Certified Athletic Trainer. Athletic training provided unique insight behind the curtain in the world athletes live. For the past four years, I’ve spent my time assessing and treating injured athletes. Unlike many people, I got to see a behind the scenes look into the day to day struggle to stay healthy and compete, the hours upon hours of practice, meeting room film sessions, and intense workouts in the weight room with the strength and conditioning staff. I’m thankful for the foundation I’ve gained; however, I do not want to spend the entirety of my career assessing and treating athletes, I want to tell their stories. The challenges listed above are what make athletics special and I want to chronicle those experiences. In the clips below I hope you can gain a sense of my writing style. I’ve included clips from my two previous desks with a mix of long and short-form pieces.
Jessica is a passionate writer residing in the Greater Boston area. A copywriter and editor by profession, she spends her days brewing endless coffee and adding to her "words to use later" list. And writing, of course. Even outside of her 9-5, she can't stop writing. She's a contributing writer to indie music blog Unheard Gems, and lends her skill to a variety of freelance clients, mainly in the music industry. She herself is a lifelong musician, having studied songwriting under seasoned industry professionals and Grammy voters. She uses the writing of music and lyrics as a way to understand the world around her. Whether those songs will ever see the light of day, only time will tell. While she mainly writes about lifestyle and the arts, she is also well-versed in the world of creative fiction. She took classes to enrich her storytelling in Copenhagen, Denmark in the fall of 2019, where she wrote her first-ever short play.
DCU journalism student, Former deputy lifestyle editor of The College View.