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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
"I became a journalist to come as close as possible to the heart of the world" -Henry Luce
My name is Sarah Title. As a double major in journalism and communication I have a strong passion for writing, editing and working with others. I have had many experiences throughout college that have prepared me to enter the professional world. I am motivated, excited and dedicated to doing what I truly love. I am an enthusiastic leader who works well with others and takes suggestions and critique in stride. I appreciate and value any opportunity to write, communicate and organize. My writing interests include, but are not limited to, lifestyle, fashion, home, celebrities and entertainment. My internships and past role as editor-in-chief of my school magazine make me a qualified individual for jobs in media, journalism, publishing, broadcasting, event planning and communication.
Managing Editor at The Falconer
The Falconer is the student newspaper of Fauquier High School. I am responsible for brainstorming story ideas, editing opinion and sports stories, writing content, updating our website, Tweeting news, posting pictures to Instagram, laying out pages, and preparing the paper for publishing. My work has also appeared in Young D.C., The Fauquier Times, and The Gainesville Times. My work has been recognized at state, regional, and national levels by Scholastic Art & Writing, Virginia High School League, Sports Illustrated for Kids, and Time for Kids.
Worked in Williston, ND for a year and am in Florida now doing freelance writing for Orlando Weekly. I can write about anything, from business to politics to crime to feature pieces. I'm eager to work with you.
Passionate about exploring issues impacting organizations through a human-centered lens.
Journalist & Editor
A proficient news reporter, experienced business journalist, passionate writer and sub editor. I have spent the last four years writing for - and managing - two digital business and lifestyle publications and frequently contributing in-depth industry articles to monthly B2B and B2C magazines.
Design Editor, principle photographer
I am responsible for the overall visual design of the print edition of The Cluster, Mercer University's student newspaper. I design graphics, visual aids and advertisements for the paper. I am an award-winning principal photographer for The Cluster. This Portfolio serves primarily to show my capabilities as a writer.
Freelance Writer and Journalist
Writer, journalist, and storyteller who explores the future — and the past — of innovation, video games, and technology. Has a passion for in-depth storytelling and an insatiable curiosity about how things work. Also skilled in audio/podcast editing and production, photography, interviewing. Holds a Master’s Degree in Journalism from the University of Melbourne. Author of The Secret History of Mac Gaming, published by Unbound. Info: http://secrethistoryofmacgaming.com Journalism beats: video games, technology, science, innovation, AI, VR, AR, games and tech history, game development. Always eager to discuss new writing and editing opportunities—freelance, contract, or staff. Contact via Twitter or email rich.c.moss at gmail.com. Based in Melbourne, Australia. Portfolio below is a selection of features and in-depth reporting. You can see a more all-inclusive portfolio at richardmoss.contently.com
My passion for storytelling began when I was 13. Beginning with a dream of being a journalist in high school, my first investigative article was part of a series titled "In Your Shoes" and tackled the difficult subject of teenage pregnancy and public perception. After high school, I spent four years working for my college paper, where I was the first Web Editor for the publication. During my time in that position, I built the web team that went on to win Best in Show for College Papers the Fall after I graduated. In the years since working for my high school and college newspapers, I have bounced between creative writing, journalism and marketing. I like to think that my experience with each of these styles has laid the technical foundation for quality storytelling while helping me to think outside the box in order to create effective content strategies and compelling brand stories that drive leads and revenue growth for organizations.