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Australia's answer to Andy Cohen. Former Coffs Coast boy who spent his 20's in LA and has come back to Sydney with the latest in the world of celebrity at his fingertips. Unique perspective from having been behind the velvet rope. Think Ray Martin mixed with Joel Creasey and an unhealthy pop-culture obsession and you've come to the right place. inquiries: [email protected]
Freelance Content Writer & Editor
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Copy Writer, Editor, Story Teller
I recently graduated Cum Laude from the University of Houston-Downtown with a Bachelor of Arts in English and a concentration in Film Studies. My work has been published electronically by Society19 where I covered various topics such as beauty, skincare, fashion, and lifestyle. When I'm not writing, I enjoy foraging in bookstores for a good read, scrolling through Instagram, and keeping up with all things beauty related.
Hey! My name's Zlatina (don't panic - it's phonetic) and I'm a Vancouver-based writer. I have a background in marketing, public relations and social media management. I also love screenwriting. My content ranges from professional to downright silly and is always engaging and search engine optimized. Take a peek at my portfolio. If you like what you see, give me a shout!
Freelance writer, editor and copywriter
I'm an award-winning writer and editor with a talent for storytelling. I'll give you insightful and amusing interviews; in-depth and entertaining features; crisp, clean copy for editorial or commercial work across multiple platforms; confident broadcast work. I can write for any audience, to a word count and on time, with the perfect tone. I've written on almost any subject: film, food, drink, travel, physical and mental health, sport, music, television, culture and society, 'lifestyle' and politics. I have literally hundreds of celebrity and non-celebrity interviews under my belt, from Pacino and De Niro, to Jolie and Gervais, via Elton and McCartney. I spent 11 years at ShortList and have also written for titles diverse as the Guardian, Observer Magazine, Empire, Vera, The Independent, Telegraph, YOU magazine, Daily Mail, Penguin, Jaguar, The Jackal, Marie Claire, Stylist, Guardian Labs, easyJet Traveller, Fashionbeans, Flash Pack and Changeboard. I've received a record four PPA Writer of the Year nominations.
You can call me bill. I am most comfortable in silence, I avoid social interactions as much as possible, I don't really share personal information with others, and I often choose to answer questions with one-word responses. My verbal communication skills have been lacking since a young age. I trip over my words at times, especially when nervous. My thoughts can feel like deflated mush leaving my mouth rather than the fully formed ideas I intend when speaking. As a result, the written word has always been my favored form of communication. Spilling my thoughts onto the page provides me the freedom to truly unleash my imagination by means that is unlike anything else in my life. My passions, the things that give my continued existence any semblance of meaning are television, movies, video games, and reading. I consume television programs voraciously, so I find it impossible to select a single show as a favorite. My ceaseless hunt for new television shows has provided me an eclectic palate. I enjoy most movies regardless if they are considered pieces of art or terrible abominations that belong buried in bargain bins. It is rare that I can't find something that makes a film entertaining, even if what brings me joy was not the director's intentions. I was lucky enough to live in a town with a mall that had an arcade. Many weekends of my youth spent within a dimly lit and foul-smelling arcade really helped fuel a lifelong love of the fighting game genre that remains strong to this day. Perhaps the only video games I adore more than fighting games is the Soulsborne series. The combination of the fantasy setting, enigmatic storytelling, and precise combat system has enamored me since the inception of the series. When I am not watching television and movies, or playing video games, then I am reading novels or comic books. I may not have discovered George R.R. Martin until I was twenty-four, but he is without a doubt my favorite author because of my love and obsession for the A Song of Ice and Fire series. Fantasy novels are my preferred reading, but my education has given me a diverse awareness of many novels. My fondness for reading led me to acquire a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and American Literature with a minor in Film Studies. The experience has bolstered my ability to critically examine and write on books as well as television and film. If you are seeking an ardent individual to create content in any of the previously mentioned topics, then look no further.
I am a Psychology BSc student at Royal Holloway University of London looking for work experience in journalism and publishing.
Reporter, editor, critic
I'm a freelance journalist living in Brooklyn, NY and working towards a Master's degree in Cultural Reporting and Criticism at New York University. Before I moved here, I lived in New Orleans for six years, reporting on music and cultural economy. I'm passionate about telling the stories of people whose voices are rarely heard and exploring the human side of cultural data. I currently contribute to ANTIGRAVITY Magazine (a New Orleans countercultural alt-monthly where I was an Associate Editor before I moved) and Tone Glow, a biweekly experimental music newsletter created by Joshua Minsoo Kim. My writing has also appeared in The Fader, The Times-Picayune/New Orleans Advocate, Gambit Weekly, OffBeat Magazine, My Spilt Milk and The Iron Lattice. I'm currently working on several long form pieces, including a feature on the closing of Brooklyn DIY venue that marked the end of a disastrous decade for independent New York art spaces; a story about New York landlords and their response to the Housing Stability and Tenant Protection Act of 2019, a landmark piece of rent legislation that holds them accountable in ways they never have been before; an audio project about census outreach in northeast Queens, the most culturally and linguistically diverse area in the nation; and a book about Scott Walker's legendary 1969 album "Scott 4."