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Social & Multi Media idea's artist. I keep a journal. Follow/Google me and you'll find out more
I have grown up living around some of Southern Africa’s most beautiful places; from Cape Town, where I was born, and sandy Arniston Bay, to the shores of the great Zambezi, the pristine Okavango, and starry Namibia, with a stopover in Jo’burg for a few normal years, and boarding school in the hills of KwaZulu Natal. After a year of making beds and cleaning toilets in Scotland, scoffing one pound noodles on the streets of London, Swiss skiing, and Thai island-hopping (bought kashmir suit), I set my sights on Rhodes University. Here I finished a Bachelor of Journalism & Media Studies while blissfully and barefootedly dwelling in the revelry of small town living and learning to navigate the local Pick n Pay with my eyes closed. (kashmir suit not needed). I have a deep love for this extraordinary country & continent, her people and her beautiful, fragile wilderness.
freelance photographer and journalist
Award winning photographer and writer, Louise Murray has written for the Guardian, Times, Globe and Mail, E&T magazine, and Flipside on travel, environment, and engineering and technology
Writing in Place
I've been an environmental and social activist for over thirty years, instrumental in the early days of Earth First!, an aspiring curmudgeon and student of Life, as we know it. Join me for an always irreverant, sometimes poignently humorous look at the adventures of Homo sap, Mankind About Universe.
Freelance multimedia journalist based in New York City.
Senior journalist specializing in development issues
2016 Panos Fellow on Migrant Labour & Winner of the first-ever Laadli Extraordinaire National Award for Gender Sensitivity 2012-13 for showing exemplary courage in relentlessly fighting gender injustice and the Laadli Media Award for Gender Sensitivity ( web category) for 2011-12 ( Eastern Region), and several media fellowships such as EJN-Internews, Robert Bosch Stiftung-2008 and 2012, Women Deliver (2010), Seaweb ( 2008), Dr Rina Mukherji is a well-known journalist who specializes in all aspects of sustainable development. She has reported from nearly all the states of the Indian Union, and from many parts of the world. She started her career in Mumbai in the mid-80s,and worked with UNI(85-88) and Indian Express in the early years of her career. Going on a 4 year sabbatical when awarded a University Grants Commission fellowship to complete a doctorate in African Studies, she moved to Kolkata in 1994, and soon after, joined Business Standard on their News Bureau. She later worked for The Statesman, exchange4media, among others. Freelanced for nearly every major publication in India. Currently an independent journalist writing for Geography And You, ECO, The Hindu Business Line, The Millennium Post, D-Sector, Just Femme, The Hindu, Infochange, Planet Earth, Infochange, CIVIL SOCIETY and Energy Next. Until recently, she has also worked as a freelance consultant for the India Water Portal. Written on Politics, Business, Science, the Performing and Fine Arts, Child Rights, Gender, Law,Films, Travel,Biodiversity, Climate Change; in short, everything under the sun. Writes extensively in both English and Hindi. Fluent in English, Hindi, Bengali and Marathi. Can read and write Arabic and French. Knows a little Spanish and Italian.
As a freelance writer, Avi's work has appeared in the local newspaper, magazines and websites. Avi also has experience in copywriting assisting companies with internal communications and social media content writing. You can view her (very irregular) blog at http://avince.com.au, follow her on Twitter @avi_vince or send her an e-mail at [email protected]
Southwest Florida, USA
BLOGGER-FOR-HIRE in Southwest Florida. Specialties include Florida tourist attractions, wildlife profiles, parks and preserves, eco-tourism, climate change, and live mobile photo blogging of special events.