Culture Journalists

Browse the directory of culture journalists below. We found 268 culture journalists listed.

Monica Heck

Freelance journalist & copywriter

Experienced journalist, specialises in technology and the arts.


Matthew Tucker

Deputy Picture Editor And Culture Writer, Huffington Post UK & AOL UK

Contributing to 'Pictures of the Day' for HuffPost UK's <a href="" target="_hplink">Picture Desk Live</a>, Matthew has a constant eye on the best images from around the world, along with regular tweets from <a href="" target="_hplink">@HuffPostUKPics</a>. Culture content includes coverage of major photography competitions, along with interviews and reviews of Theatre, Art and Entertainment. Work on AOL UK involves the sourcing of pictures for the <a href="" target="_hplink">homepage</a> and portal sites (<a href="" target="_hplink">Travel</a>, <a href="" target="_hplink">Money</a>, <a href="" target="_hplink">Parenting</a> and <a href="" target="_hplink">Fashion</a>). Matthew has previously worked in New Media on <a href="" target="_hplink">Sky1</a> and <a href="" target="_hplink">Sky Arts</a>. Qualifications include an NCTJ diploma in Magazine Journalism and BA degree in English and Creative Writing. Get in touch on <a href="" target="_hplink">Twitter.</a>

United Kingdom

Kelly Trom

Arts Staff Reporter

I am a graduate of the journalism program at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. In my time there, I wrote for Mustang News (the student-run campus newspaper.) I worked in the newsroom for three years and enjoyed the hands-on experience I received. I loved writing about the culture of San Luis Obispo, be it the music scene, classical arts, technology, etc.

Sarah Gaviola Kipling

Creative writer and copyeditor

An NCTJ-accredited multimedia journalist, Sarah Jayne Kipling has written for The Evening Chronicle, The Journal and The Sunday Sun. She has worked as a sub-editor for The North West Evening Mail and currently edits and proofreads literary manuscripts for publishers and artwork and communications for several multinational clients.

David Robson

Science writer and editor

I am an award-winning writer and editor, who specialises in writing in-depth articles probing the extremes of the human mind, body and behaviour. My first book, The Intelligence Trap: Why Smart People Make Stupid Mistakes and How to Make Wiser Decisions, is out now (Hodder & Stoughton/WW Norton). If you like what you see here, please visit my website, or get in touch on Twitter or LinkedIn (links below).

Balolas Carvalho

Journalist; Writer; Creator; Producer

A truth seeker, a freedom fighter, and a service-driven spirit. As a human being in progress, assumes privilege as a responsibility. If you don’t like to be challenged, then it's not a match. With a strong belief in the power of community, Balolas is moved to inspire a regenerative way of being more politically aware, ethically driven, and heart connected. As a believer in storytelling’s healing power, the Portuguese journalist perceives words as ancient keys to liberation. Adaptation master, creative problem-solving, and an unstoppable will to give the possible best are some of the traits that allow B to experience the World in a constant adventure state. For three years, has been producing an independent documentary in Palestine, “Bukra” focused on the different forms of resistance to the Israeli occupation in the Jenin refugee camp. Invited by the Guerrilla Foundation, in 2021 and throughout 2022, directed the short documentary "The Radicals: Commons and Urban Crisis in Berlin", while was living in Berlin, serving as a correspondent reporter for the European-awarded Luxembourg-based newspaper Contacto. Has also collaborated with the investigative journalism project Setenta e Quatro, and currently reports as a freelancer to one of the leading newspapers of Portugal, Jornal Público. The Journey: Balolas started the journalism path in 2012, contributing as a freelance reporter for different publications and online media, including P3, Público. In Cape Verde (Africa), directed and restructured a Community Radio for seven months and worked as a stringer journalist for “Bloomberg”. Back in Portugal began a master's studies in International Affairs while working for two startups in LA. In Feb 2017 joined the team of Jornal i as a reporter focused on Human Rights, Environment, and Alternative Lifestyles. Reported from 12 countries, created the weekly segment “Generation I”, dedicated to studying the Millennial generation in Portugal, and traveled through the Balkans for 31 days by bus and train. At the moment, B is touring with different artists around Europe collaborating with SUPER Fan Live, diving into the beauty of events production, a passion that has been fed along the years. In her versatile and creative life, is also part of the Waking Life Festival team, curating and producing the counter-culture stage (Apuro). Balolas has also produced four editions of her own gathering, “B. Fest” and a fundraiser event in Lisbon, “Yala”, that attracted 630 people for a day of music, art, and talks about Palestine. Other collabs on events production and design: Encontros de Alvito, Enara Fest, Primal Gathering, and Cultivation Berlin, among others.

Diana Nepran

Copywriter/ Journalist/ Translator

Age: 24 E-mail: [email protected]


Cricket Fuller

Deputy Opinion Editor

Editor, thinker, writer, educator, communicator.

Ana Aranda Menéndez

Mi vocación para la comunicación y para la actividad internacional son la base de mi formación y mi actividad laboral. Soy una profesional con una actitud proactiva, capacidades resolutivas y siempre dispuesta a aprender

Adriana Vila

Periodista / Journalist

Especializada en comunicación política y corporativa por formación -y vocación-, la experiencia me ha llevado a enfocar mi carrera hacia el periodismo de salud. Y lo disfruto. Esta es una pequeña selección de las cosas que he hecho en los últimos años. Abunda la temática sanitaria, pero también hay ejemplos de otras áreas en las que he tenido la oportunidad de trabajar.