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Editor-in-chief, The St. Petersburg Times, Russia
After spending years in New York and London in various positions within the commercial gallery world, I struck out on my own to begin organizing exhibitions in St. Petersburg, Russia, and beyond. As a direct result of this work I was offered the Editor-in-chief position at Hermitage Magazine. Moving what was a narrowly focused, slightly parochial museum magazine into the wider world to engage with international ideas and audiences increased the publication's circulation and relevance. Throughout my career I have indulged my dual passions of contemporary art and travel and have been fortunate enough to have had an outlet for my observations in the form of a consulting editorship with The St. Petersburg Times. In February 2012, I was made Editor-in-chief of the newspaper. As a result of my extensive experience in a wide variety of fields I began consulting with various companies, both in Russia and abroad, on how best to attract media attention. Providing the texts which these companies could use to address promotion and public relations issues led naturally to numerous copywriting commissions which I continue to explore to this day. Beats: Visual and performing arts, Books, Travel
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
Writer - Editor - Photographer
I've been a professional writer and editor for the past 38 years. I have served as an editor for Outside Magazine, National Geographic Books, Trend Magazine, Mothering Magazine, and John Muir Publications (now a division of Avalon Travel), and have published hundreds of features in publications including Outside, Mothering, and E: The Environmental Magazine; and online at NPR.org. I am co-author of the book Montezuma: The Castle in the West (UNM Press, 2002) and have completed four children’s books. I've studied writing at the University of Iowa Writer's Workshop and Drew University, and was awarded the nonfiction fellowship at the Taos Writer's Workshop in 2004. I am also an award-winning fine-art photographer and photocollage artist, whose work has appeared in newspapers, magazines, many group shows, and in numerous websites.
Creative writer and literary editor
An NCTJ-accredited multimedia journalist, Sarah Jayne Kipling has written for The Evening Chronicle, The Journal, The Sunday Sun, The Northern Echo and The Teesdale Mercury. She has worked as a sub-editor for The North West Evening Mail and currently edits and proofreads literary manuscripts (fiction and non-fiction) and academic journal submissions in the arts, humanities and social sciences.
Creative Director / Writer
Problem Solver / Storyteller I am an Advertising Creative with passion for stories. I also blog and write fiction, and I am a published author of a short story collection "Don't Try This At Home" (2012). I write in Slovene (native) and English language.
As far back as I can remember, writing has always been a passion of mine. Whether I was picking up a pen and plotting short stories, or creating the front cover of my own magazines I've always had a passion for reading and writing and now, I'm making a career out of it. All the work provided has been written by myself and some images may be copyrighted, so please ask for permission if you would like to use any for any reason :-) If you'd like to contact, feel free to do so at [email protected] This feels like a really long Grammy speech, but without further ado... enjoy!
Reporter & Arts Contributor
Sandra is a graduate of the Bachelor of Arts and Science double degree at The University of Melbourne, having also completed her film major abroad at The University of California Berkeley. She has a keen interest in reviewing the arts including theater, circus, the moving image and installation works. Her current work involves online text and audio content for Art Smitten (previously Arts Mitten) and SYN FM.
Writer and editor from New York via Boston via New Jersey mostly writing for a magazine in Portland