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Freelance writer and journalist
Originally from Newcastle, UK, I travelled the world a little before happily becoming stuck in Queenstown, New Zealand. Using Queenstown as a base, I still love travelling and documenting my adventures for New Zealand and international magazines. A prolific writer, I have been shortlisted for my creative fiction and regularly write articles for online and print media. I specialise in food, arts and culture, but have worked with a wide range of magazines, businesses and individuals who want creative writing with a spark. With a background in public relations, I've written press releases for events and businesses as well as helping to create stand-out web copy and e-newsletters. I'm a quirky and original writer who seeks to create something a little bit different. When I'm not writing, I'm hiking, snowboarding, biking, boxing or sampling the best eateries/coffee-ries in Queenstown. Queries welcome, get in touch: [email protected] (Please note my sneaky middle initial!)
Schrijver, eindredacteur, letterkundige
Eerstegraads docent Nederlands Master of Arts in Letterkunde, Literair Bedrijf (cum laude, 2015), Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen Bachelor Algemene Cultuurwetenschappen (2014), Premaster Nederlandse Taal en Cultuur (2018) Recensent Recensieweb en DLVA, Eindredacteur 8Weekly, Stage Bureauredactie Uitgeverij Vantilt, Eigen tekstbureau gehad Publicatie: 1ste Grote TV-Quizboek (Uitgeverij ICOB, 2009)
My writing has been published for Breathing Happy, Slant News, Written in Chrome, The Mother Nature Network, Espial Arts and Literary Journal, and The Skinny Mountain Culture Magazine. When I'm not writing, I enjoy trying out new recipes, writing for myself, walks and yoga. To reach me, please email [email protected]
Broadcast journalist at BBC news online, Birmingham. Former senior reporter at the Express & Star
BBC broadcast journalist for online, based in Birmingham. Previously a senior reporter at the Express & Star. Contributor to The Guardian. Completed Gold Standard NCTJ production journalism diploma at the UK's top journalism school, News Associates, London and levek five NQJ in professional journalism. Freelanced for the London Evening Standard, Ealing Times, the Hillingdon and Uxbridge Times and South West Londoner. Completed work experience at the Coventry Telegraph and Watford Observer. University of Cambridge graduate with an M.Phil in Screen Media and Cultures (Distinction), a Master of Arts degree and a BA (Hons) degree in Education, English and Drama (Double First Class). Winner of the George Peabody Prize (2010), the Shuard and Simms Prize (2011) and the Charter Scholarship (2011) at the University of Cambridge, Homerton College. Winner of the Portfolio Prize (2015) at News Associates, London.
Staff Writer, The American Genius & The Real Daily
I'm a multi-talented writer specializing in business and real estate news, with a special focus on social justice. I also write about organic farming, gardening, the outdoors, and the environment, and have done pro bono writing and editing for several nonprofits. My goal is to provide high-quality, accurate, and engaging writing. I pride myself in being cooperative, positive, and always punctual with deadlines. Said my editor, Lani Rosales, "Ellen is one of our most talented writers, flawlessly connecting with our audience. Her writing is always exactly what we're looking for, is without error, consistently engages the reader, and stands out. She is truly one of the best Staff Writers we've ever had on the team, and her gift transcends topic - she is a rare jewel." I am also a freelance copy editor and proofreader. Feel free to contact me at [email protected]
Deputy Editor, The Australia Times
“What’s behind Pluto?” I asked, staring at my sleepy mother just after two in the morning. I was six years old and she had just taught me all about the planets of our solar system earlier that day. While I always enjoyed her tutor time, this particular lesson immediately perked an insatiable interest in me. It caused the startling realization that there was so much more beyond what I already knew, what I could already see or feel. The realization was thrilling, yet unsettling; in one day, my world grew exponentially and along with it, so also grew countless questions. As I was trying to sleep that night, one issue could not be silenced. If there is more to our universe than the Earth, the Sun and the Moon, then shouldn't there be more beyond the other planets and Pluto? While at six years old, I didn’t quite grasp the idea of a truly infinite universe, I knew that it couldn’t just end after Pluto. So, at just after two in the morning, the mystery had become too overpowering and I had to wake up my mother to ask. I never lost my inquisitive nature. Throughout my life, I have found an intense satisfaction through the search for knowledge. I have been the person who sought out to know more, know first, know why and know how. This need of mine to find all the pieces of a puzzle and leave no story uncovered still motivates me in virtually all aspects of my life today. Particularly, I am fascinated with people. After all, with our different backgrounds, beliefs, histories and futures interconnecting in one way or another, I would argue, we are the biggest puzzle of all.
Sydney, NSW, Australia
Editor. Writer. Storyteller.
Creator of compelling, polished content.