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Digital producer and homepage editor at HeraldSun.com.au
Shelby Garlick is a Melbourne-based journalist with extensive experience in digital content creation, production, social media, EDMs and editing. She is currently working as a digital producer and homepage editor at HeraldSun.com.au. Her past bylines include ABC's 7.30 program, SBS Life, the Straits Times, the Gannawarra Times and The Conversation. For work enquiries, you can get in touch at [email protected]
Commercial Writer, Manchester Evening News
Former Features Writer for Cavendish Press, Fashion Journalist for VIVA Magazine and Reporter for Salford Now. Features Writer of the Year 2018 Steve Panter News Journalist of the Year 2018 Follow me on social media to keep up to date with my latest work. Thank you for visiting!
Lynn Marie Hulsman is a novelist, journalist, lifestyle writer, health and wellness blogger, cookbook author, co-writer, and ghost writer. Her books have been published with HarperCollins UK, The Running Press, and Clarkson Potter, among others. She has written articles and blogged for Withings, Orvis, Man of the Hour Magazine, The Forward, We Heart Writing, HarperImpulse and more. Lynn Marie spent years in high-pressure production work editing and proofreading for Big Pharma. She works as a Creative Ideation Agent, specializing in concept writing and product optimization through Thoughtly Crew in Chicago. She co-founded and performed with the popular all-woman sketch comedy group Hits Like a Girl that performed at Caroline's, and The Big Stinkin' Comedy Festival in Austin.She performed stand-up comedy regularly at Don't Tell Mama, and co-hosted an long-running, all-woman comedy show at Rose's Turn, which often featured Jim Gaffigan. She also brings to the table a background in direct marketing and advertising.
Beauty / Features Writer
Emily, 23, London-based Beauty and Features writer. I hold a BA English w/ Creative Writing degree from Queen's University Belfast and a MA Magazine Journalism degree from the University of Sheffield. Previously interned at: Stylist Magazine, Harper's Bazaar UK, Vogue UK, Cosmopolitan UK, Now Magazine, The Debrief, Press Association, Shortlist Magazine and Retail Gazette.
Hannah Moran is a final year Journalism student in DCU. Throughout her time in DCU Hannah has been a member of DCUfm and DCUtv working on radio and video packages and shows. Hannah has been acting as Deputy Online Editor for The College View for the 2015/2016 academic year. Through her work with The College View and other publications, she has created a portfolio that is varied and accurately showcases her abilities as a digital journalist.
I have dreamed of being writer since I was a young child. I remember being about 11 years old when my dad asked me, “Adam, if you could trade places with anybody for a day, who would you choose?” When every answer I came up with was a writer, we had a good idea what I would do with my life. I am living my dream working as a sports reporter at the Daily Globe in Worthington, Minn. Whenever I find myself caught up in the daily stress of working in the newspaper industry, I like to remind myself that I get to write about sports for a living. It's great. Prior to working at the Daily Globe, I was a sports clerk and intern at the Forum of Fargo-Moorhead, contributed to High School Sports View magazine and worked at the MSUM Advocate student newspaper. I graduated from Minnesota State University Moorhead with a bachelor of science in Multimedia Journalism.
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Content Marketing Writer
Over the last few years, I've found that well-researched content is bolstered by a clear, effective narratives. Optimizing content for SEO purposes while being able to clearly express why your content matters is the key to maximizing your ROI. That is the approach I take in all content pieces I work on, whether that be a blog post, a product page, social media updates, or a whitepaper backed by data. I strive to use data and research to tell the "why" of the matter, regardless of word count.