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Professional journalist with broad experience in print, online and broadcasting media in a wide range of domains (international politics, new technologies, culture...). Originally from Milan, based in Lyon, often working in Brussels, I travel a lot between France, Belgium and Italy.
Therese is a reporter-editor with a strong background in digital media. She is currently the editor of VICE Asia. Previously, she was the Manila managing editor for Coconuts Media. She also contributed to Quartz, was a branded content producer for Rappler, and an associate editor for lifestyle website and zine Juice.ph. She is a graduate of The University of Hong Kong's Master of Journalism program, New York University's Summer Publishing Institute, and De La Salle University-Manila, where she earned an honorable mention for a degree in Communication Arts.
Writer, Content Producer, Customer Service
I'm a twentysomething woman from Turku, Finland. I do writing, blogging, photography, proofreading and a a lot more.
Freelance Sports Writer, Editor, Founder of The Other Olympics
My particular writing interests are on issues of identity within sport and participation in minority sports or specialist events. Former sports development professional (Sport England, Birmingham City Council etc.) turned journalist and sport editor (The Myanmar Times). Specialising in sport, familiar with covering live events, post-match reporting, news, features and delivering special publications.
I am a freelance journalist who was based in Los Angeles for eight years writing about the entertainment industry for the likes of Vanity Fair, Esquire UK, Variety and The Washington Post. Four years ago, I put my belongings in storage and began the life of a digital nomad, writing personal essays, travel pieces, cultural and human interest stories and adventurous tales. Now, I've hung up my nomadic shoes and am living in London. I've completed my Masters in Creative Nonfiction and am seeking representation for my first memoir. I am also a copywriter and producer when the right situation calls for it.
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Graduado em Comunicação Social, amante de música e cultura
Copywriter. Storyteller. Griot.
With over 10 years of professional writing experience, and having been published on Huffington Post, Blavity, Ebony.com, Black Girl Nerds, and other publications, I bring a fresh and honest voice to my writing. Putting a critical lens on topics ranging from music to politics, and finding the intersections between what's happening at a macro level and what people see in their daily interactions is my specialty. A 2014 Runner Up in the SF Book Festival, a 2014 International Songwriting Competition Winner, a 2015 NYC Web Festival Official Selection, and a 2019 Canales Project Composer, my work has been recognized in the written, musical, and visual realms. I crave proper punctuation, spelling, grammar and engaging prose - while also recognizing how deep and meaningful communication becomes when the different patois of communities is acknowledged as proper as well.
Formerly freelance, I'm currently Staff Writer at HUNGER Magazine. I have bylines at Dazed, i-D, Elle, Teen Vogue, Garage, The Guardian, Nylon, Elephant, The Independent, AnOther, Refinery 29, Cosmopolitan, Vice, Noisey, Huck, Notion, Little White Lies, SLEEK, Indie, Bustle, Wonderland, METAL, Oyster, Screen Shot and more. In 2019 I won Young Journalist of the Year at the PPA Scottish Magazine Awards. In 2018, I completed a first class undergraduate degree in English Literature and Spanish at the University of Edinburgh before going on to attain an MSt in Modern Languages with distinction at the University of Oxford. I am currently undertaking a PhD at UCL. In addition to journalism and academia, I have professional experience in PR, Copywriting and Digital Marketing. I have worked as a freelance creative, focussing on Instagram, at content agency Adjust Your Set.
Project Manager, Sustainable Harvest Coffee Importers
Born in California and raised in New Mexico, Julia graduated from Harvard University. She arrived in Portland by way of Argentina, Oakland, and Colombia. Julia coordinates and quantifies Sustainable Harvest®’s impact at origin. She leads structuring and analysis of social, environmental, and economic data. She manages the data-driven design and implementation of development programs and social investments at source. She also oversees Africa producer relations. Julia began her career in coffee by founding an ecotourism business in rural Colombia that increases the incomes of smallholder coffee farmers. After work, Julia can be found rock climbing, cooking, doing yoga, reading, and exploring the outdoors and Portland’s cafes.
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