Australia Journalists

Browse the Clippings.me directory of Australia journalists below. We found 62 Australia journalists listed.

William Wright

Content writer / designer

A mix of corporate and creative, I've written for re-branding projects, change programs for large corporates, digital properties, small businesses and internal communications. A stickler for simplicity, I love crafting user-focused content that makes the complex coherent.

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Rob J Kennedy

Arts Writer, Editor, Author and Composer

Rob J Kennedy is an arts writer, editor, author and composer. Robert has articles, reviews, poetry and artists biographies published in the Sydney Morning Herald, Good Reading Magazine, Limelight Magazine, CityNews, State of the Arts Magazine, Cordite, Culture Wars and numerous Australian and international websites and publications. Robert writes about the visual arts, classical music, books and publishing and also writes poetry. Robert managed DiVerse for 17 years who were a group of 11 poets that responded to visual art. They have over 30 booklets and performed 70 times at art galleries and cultural institutions around Australia and three times in the Sydney Writers Festival. Robert has been writing music for 40 years and has 25 albums of classical, jazz and electronic music.


Rani Mayer

Campaign, Communications and Content Manager

I’m a Marketing Communications Manager based in Sydney, Australia. Experienced in marketing campaign strategy with a passion for creating digital and content marketing, I am well versed in writing everything from corporate blog content and newsletters, pop culture and travel articles, app content and social media posts. Weaknesses: Vintage markets & pistachio gelati in a cup. Open to: freelance jobs, short-term contracts, collaborations. [email protected]

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Mo Sabapathy

Digital Marketer & Writer

Content matters. Your story is influential. Coming from a writing background, I've worked around the world honing my ability to craft stories that genuinely connect with the right audience. A message that is unique to your business, its goals, its dreams, and its foundational, driving purpose for existence: this turns good marketing into the right marketing, marketing content into quality content. This is ensconced in the bones of every good story. You can rely on my more than 20 years of experience in writing for academic texts, stories, websites, blogs, press releases, brochures, social media, magazines, courses, SEO, and tenders. Check out a few samples of my work below.

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Hannah Collins

Copywriter | Content Strategist

I’m a copywriter from Melbourne (via Wellington) with 8 years’ experience. I cut my teeth in digital marketing, and once told 2 billion people the story of #IronBoyAU. My interests include finding dogs to pat, and honing my skills in UX in preparation for our robot overlords.

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Stevie Gamboa

Freelance Copywriter and Editor

Raised and educated in the United States, based in Bali, Indonesia from 2002 - 2018, and now residing in Noosa, Australia. I am an avid writer and freelance journalist who has written for numerous publications and online portals. Currently, I am the curator, scriptwriter and host for the weekly Ku De Ta Radio Show that streams online as well as broadcasts to over 6 million FM radio listeners in 70 countries (https://www.mixcloud.com/kudetaradio/). And I also continue to produce marketing copy for the global Karma Resorts Group (www.karmaresorts.com). Most recent jobs include online newsletters and scripts for Karma Group awards presentations for the GNEX (http://gnexconference.com/awards) and ARDA Awards 2019. Other recent projects have included ongoing culture-based features for VICE Indonesia (www.vice.com/en_id) and 4-5 blog articles per month for Hino Trucks Australia (http://www.hino.com.au/blog/). I was the managing editor, contributor and photographer for TimeOut Bali (supplement to TimeOut Jakarta magazine) from 2009 to 2011 and the assistant editor and photographer at The Beat Magazine, Bali/Jakarta (http://beatmag.com) from 2005 to 2007. Over the past 12 years I have contributed regular articles to Bali-based publications such as FRV, Hello Bali, The Yak, and Villa & Yacht Magazine, covering a wide range of topics including design, property, dining, music, lifestyle, travel, and culture. I was Ku De Ta’s (www.kudeta.net) Chief Freelance Copywriter from 2006 to 2008 (and continue to write for KDT on a freelance basis), and some of my other freelance copywriting clients have included Bali Zoo (www.bali-zoo.com), Trattoria Asia (www.trattoriaasia.com), Milo’s Bali (www.milos-bali.com), Pandawas Villas (www.pandawas-villas.com), and Fabulous Ubud (www.fabulousubud.com).

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steven viney

journalist/editor

i've travelled throughout the UK/Europe, the Middle East, North America and Australasia, and reported on a wide range of topics: from politics, conflict and war, to business and socioeconomic issues, to science, culture and art. a key portion of my work was spent reporting on the Arab Spring from Cairo, Egypt (2010 - 2015). i most enjoy unorthodox interviews/profiles of interesting characters, and in-depth features on obscure or marginalised subjects and peoples. my current work involves experimenting with new forms of digital storytelling designed to provide context and depth to complex issues in fun, creative ways for new audiences. now residing in melbourne, australia – contact via the mail link below.


Tanya Saxena

full-time student, Creative Writer

I am currently pursuing a master's degree in advanced marketing as a full-time student. Creative writing and branding are my main interests. I love reading and cooking too.

AU


Mark Mariano

Writer, Editor, Storyteller

Mark Mariano is an Australian-born Filipino editor, writer, host, speaker, and panellist from Doonside. Mark completed a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications at Western Sydney University in 2017, and currently works at SBS. Proudly queer, Mark’s editorial and contributor work spans across Mamamia, ABC, and SBS (SBS Filipino, SBS VOICES, and SBS PopAsia). He is also part of the Sweatshop Western Sydney Literacy Movement, and his debut poem collection, ‘Down From Doonside Station’, was published in 2019 in collaboration with Red Roomy Poetry. Mark is passionate about multiculturalism, social equality, and mental health awareness. He has worked closely with organisations like Headspace, and currently volunteers as the editor for The Western. Mark has also represented Australia twice at the Harvard University Project for Asian International Relations, a conference dedicated to connecting entrepreneurial minds across the world.

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Troy Nankervis

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.

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