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- Titulada en Comunicación Social de la Universidad Central de Venezuela. - Diploma en Crítica de Arte de la Universidad Central de Venezuela. - Diploma en Estudios Avanzados en Periodismo en la UCAB. - Maestría en Periodismo Político Internacional en la Universidad Pompeu Fabra. *El portafolio está dividido entre textos impresos/online y trabajos multimedia.
Freelance Copywriter and Strategist: Advertising & Marketing Collateral Materials, Copy Editing, Snappy Headlines, Product Naming, Web Content, Technical Writer (Packaging), Blog Posts, Social Media
A professional generalist able to write on any subject in “brand voice” aimed at people of all different persuasions, from engineers to moms. A diplomat in the Foreign Service valued as a team member under difficult circumstances, i.e., martial law. A creative strategist with strong perceptual abilities to know what gets under folks' skin. A hard worker promoted to management based on willingness to go above and beyond. A citizen of the world interested in knowledge and cultures. Aptitude for synthesizing large quantities of information into compelling, engaging prose that can be slightly cheeky if appropriate. Knack for naming new enterprises and products. Love writing taglines.
United States of America
Katherine Atkinson is a writer, teacher, television personality and publisher of fresh Magazine. She is the recipient of the 2006 Saint Lucia National Arts Festival prize for short fiction, and winner of the 2007 Word Alive International performance poetry competition. Her work has been published in The Caribbean Writer, and sx salon, and she was recently recognised by the Commonwealth Broadcasting Association with an award for her short fiction. Her articles have appeared in SHE Caribbean, MACO Magazine, Caribbean Beat, Livemint Lounge and Island Life. She hosts the cooking programme Stir it Up, and recently co-authored ‘Living My Dreams’ the biography of sports personality Joseph ‘Reds’ Perreira. Katherine is a certified teacher and is currently a graduate student at UBC in the MFA Writing Programme in Canada.
Skills? • Journalism: Feature writing, pitching, research, interviewing, proofreading, editing, transcription • Technical: Advanced computer literacy (Windows, Internet and Microsoft Office programs), uploading articles and pictures on different CMSs, speed typing • Languages: Translation, English (Fluent), French (Advanced), Turkish (Native) • Miscellaneous: Capability of taking initiative, high performance while working independently and under pressure Loves to write about... • Journalism practices, life in London, films, cultural and artistic events, food and drink, lifestyle Fluent in? • English, Turkish and French
London, United Kingdom
Below is a sampling from the more than 500 pages of local content and promotion written and produced for the Miami Herald International Edition in Ecuador from 2010-2013.
Ana is an award-winning multimedia storyteller specializing in video production. She has produced, shot and edited videos for Smithsonian Magazine, the Smithsonian Institution, Federal Reserve Board of Governors and the GW Hatchet. Ana is also a talented writer whose work can be found in national publications like Spoon University and Her Campus, as well the Washington-based GW Hatchet. Ana is the founder of Better Than Ramen, one of DC's most-read food blogs. Ana attended the George Washington University, where she graduated summa cum laude with special honors in Journalism and Mass Communication.
I have a BA in Journalism from E.W. Scripps School at Ohio University. I am based in NYC as a creative copywriter working in pharmaceutical advertising. This portfolio houses a selection of writing clips outside of my pharma experience. Please reach out to know more about my experience within the pharmaceutical industry.
Freelance Writer & Sub-editor
Welcome to my online portfolio! Here's a selection of the pages I've written and produced for various publications over the last seven years of working in media. I started out at National Geographic Kids (NG Kids) in 2012 before being headhunted for a new launch, The Week Junior, in 2015. I worked on this title since the very first issue and helped it to grow into the award-winning title it is today. As a freelance writer, I focus on creating content based on my passion for animals, wildlife (including flora) and our planet's environment. From newly discovered species and baby animals, to animal trafficking and climate change, I've written about it all. So if you have any writing, proofreading or sub-editing projects you'd like me to be involved in, I'd love to hear from you. Simply send an email to [email protected] I look forward to hearing all about it! Chloe May