Culture Journalists

Browse the Clippings.me directory of culture journalists below. We found 267 culture journalists listed.

Gabriel Swain

Award winning marketing strategist, innovator, and thought leader

My Philosophy on Content Marketing: Marketing is in a state of transition. We've reached content saturation. Millennials are the largest consumer demographic. Success now requires a focus on the customer experience. I find ways to stay ahead of these trends. Existing best practices work today. But I prefer to use my creativity and define NEW disruptive and innovative best practices. Content marketing now must focus on the customer/prospect and their needs, goals, interests and challenges You must know them. You no longer boast about your amazing company. Now you research and understand the customer's needs. Then you educate them on trends and best practices that will help them best meet those needs--normally with technology and automaton software. This leads to increased customer engagement, a better customer experience, higher levels of customer satisfaction, and faster revenue growth. If you don't produce original, valuable content, it will get lost in an abyss because we've reached content saturation. Produce content that stands out, or your content will not be read. I specialize in: • Content/Copy Creation & Management -- Content that differentiates you. • Thought Leadership and Content Strategy • User-Centric Messaging Development • Social Media Management and Engagement • SEO and SEM Program Management • Brand Reputation Management and Brand Awareness Initiatives • Marketing Automation and CRM Systems • Strategic Website Mapping and Web Content Creation ________________________________________________________________ [NOTE: I'm happy to send my resume upon request.]

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Archit Tripathi

Writer/Editor at Literally Media

I'm a detail-oriented content specialist with extensive experience writing, editing, and producing great content. I'm passionate about creative problem-solving - whether it's solving straightforward problems for creative people, or creative problems for straightforward people.

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Harry Stewart

Freelance Content Writer

G’day, And welcome to my portfolio. My name’s Harry, and I’m an Australian freelance copywriter with five years of experience in the travel niche. Previous clients include big-name brands like Culture Trip, Wyndham Hotels & Resorts, HP, FluentU, and Hotels.com. As a seasoned travel writer, I craft engaging stories to enhance brand awareness and convert leads into sales. My content covers everything from luxury hotel copy to adventure blogs and RV accessory guides. Having been to 71 countries and counting, I can write with authority on most major global destinations. Pre-COVID, I was hopping between Asian hotspots as a laptop-wielding “digital nomad.” These days, I’m cruising around Australia in a Ford Transit motorhome to ride out the pandemic. I don’t only cover travel—I’ve been known to moonlight as a generalist content creator, too. Don’t be surprised to see me pumping out B2B blogs on topics ranging from home improvement to tech. As a freelancer by trade, I pride myself on delivering top-quality content in a timely fashion to exceed client expectations. I always incorporate the latest On-Page SEO techniques so you can achieve that coveted front-page ranking. Drop me a line through the e-mail icon below. I look forward to discussing how I can enhance your brand's content marketing strategy.

AU


Reem Khokhar

Independent Writer

I contribute to various publications on travel, culture, health and wellness, social trends and issues, corporate culture and personal narratives. My words have appeared in Al Jazeera, Atlas Obscura, The National News UAE, Shondaland, The South China Morning Post, Mint Lounge, Vogue India, National Geographic Traveller India and more.


Daniel Morrison

Freelance Writer

A Sydney based father who thinks too much about things and then and writes about them. Sometimes politics, sometimes culture, lots of parenting, occasionally advertorial.


Bibek Bhattacharya

Writer and Editor at Mint Lounge

I write on travel, music, culture, the arts and art history. My articles have appeared in several publications, including Mint Lounge, Outlook Traveller, National Geographic Traveller, Verve Magazine, Scroll.in and Business Today.


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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Candolin Cook

Writer, Editor, Historian

Candolin Cook is an Albuquerque, New Mexico-based freelance writer and editor specializing in history, food and drink, travel, and popular culture. From 2015 to 2020 she was the editor of Edible New Mexico magazine, part of the Edible Communities network. From 2011 to 2020, Candolin was also an associate editor for the New Mexico Historical Review, one of the oldest and most distinguished historical journals in the country. In addition to her editing duties there, she wrote the journal's "Southwest Talks" department, interviewing leading scholars of Western and Latin American history about their careers, research, and lives in the West. In 2023, Candolin earned a doctorate in US History from University of New Mexico, where she specialized in the history of the American West. She is currently a regular contributor to Edible New Mexico magazine, The Bite newsletter, New Mexico Magazine, and Spanish Traces. She is also working on her first book, based on her dissertation, "The Wild Ones: Violence, Vengeance, and Sensationalism in the Borderlands" (2023). Contact: [email protected]

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Kai Andersen

Seasoned Multilingual Lifestyle Editor and Writer

Former editor-in-chief of Modern Luxury Hawai'i now based in San Juan, Puerto Rico Raised in Hawai'i, educated in New York and now settled in the Caribbean, I have a keen passion for lifestyle stories—arts and culture, style and fashion, design, travel, and personalities. Over the course of my media career, I've interviewed screen talents, crafted editorial on leading luxury brands from The St. Regis to Louis Vuitton, and shone a spotlight on aspiring talents and eclectic topics. (Think rare Hawaiian leis or destination Indian weddings). On the practical side, I craft smart, tightly crafted copy that speaks to sophisticated markets—all on tight deadlines. In addition to writing, I've overseen all steps of the print editorial process—including developing issue lineups; collaborating with writers, photographers and designers to create sparkling stories; top editing copy; and art directing shoots. (I even dressed a top pro surfer in a Carolina Herrera jacket for an issue cover!) Besides my native English, I am fluent in French (thanks to a graduate degree) and can now hold a decent conversation in Spanish.


Patrick Clarke

Deputy Editor at The Quietus, Freelance Journalist, and Writer/Editor for hire

A 29-year-old London-based writer with Liverpudlian roots, I'm the deputy editor at Europe's largest independent culture website The Quietus, and a freelance journalist with bylines for The Guardian, BBC, NME, Rolling Stone, N By Norwegian, Marvin, Yes&No, Metro and DIY, among many others. I've also written biographies for artists signed to labels like Rough Trade, 4AD, Domino, PIAS and Heavenly, and am a corporate copywriter for hire. My first book, about Soft Cell, will be out via the Manchester University Press in 2024. In addition, I'm more than happy to offer free advice and mentorship to any aspiring culture writers and journalists to the best of my abilities - don't hesitate to get in touch. I specialise in (although am by no means limited to) art, culture, politics and opinion. Commission me! [email protected]