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Suzanne's areas of specialization as a freelance writer are music, culture, and business. Her work has been published by The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, NPR, Huffington Post, Washington Times, Institutional Investor magazine, and various trades. In addition to staff positions at two magazines (Institutional Investor and Insight at The Washington Times), Suzanne has held editorial or writing positions at several prominent financial institutions, among them The Federal Reserve Bank of New York and Morgan Stanley. Suzanne contributes features and reviews to Downbeat magazine, Jazziz magazine, and The New York City Jazz Record, where she has served as the VoxNews columnist for 14 years. Other recent clients include the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Classical Singer magazine, United Nations Population Fund, and World Goodwill @ the UN.
Michael Tatarski is a freelance journalist based in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. He has covered the environment, breaking news, social issues, politics, tech and more for publications such as the Washington Post, the Guardian, the Atlantic and Al Jazeera, and is available for assignment. He can be reached at [email protected]
Senior communications professional, writer and photographer
I am an NCTJ-trained journalist and experienced communications professional from London who specialises in travel, lifestyle and entertainment.
Writer/Researcher/Storyteller [email protected]
Skilled writing generalist for Content Marketing needs: -Case Studies -Blogs -Thought Leadership -News -Trends -Ebooks -White Papers -SlideShare Presentations -Interviews Particular experience with B2B/B2C tech companies including Avaya, BlackBerry, and Radware.
Freelance: Print, Web, Photo, Video
I have over 600 articles under my belt on topics as diverse as the arts (art, culture, film, music, books/literature), heritage, community and education. I've also written about business, medical, environmental, police, and general news - including the odd sports story! Nowadays though, I tend to stick to arts and culture stories. My high-quality content is always delivered during tight deadlines, receiving positive feedback from both my editors, sources and the public. I am based in Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Ambassador at Large
Kristina Cappuccilli graduated from Manhattanville College in May 2011 with a bachelor’s degree in Communications. During her time as a college student, she interned at notable companies throughout Manhattan, including Bad Boy Entertainment and Cosmopolitan Magazine. The internships proved to be just as challenging and rewarding as she’d hoped, giving her loads of experience and teaching her that hard work actually does pay off. After applying to editorial position after editorial position throughout the summer following graduation, she decided that getting a foot in the door was better than not having a job at all. For about a year, she worked as part of an administrative support team at an executive search firm in Manhattan. This first job served as a lesson in existing in the corporate world and also facilitated her ability to move out of her parents' house and into an apartment in Astoria. As of October 2012, she waved goodbye to Job #1 as she took her first steps into the media world and welcomed Job #2. At MKTG INC, an experiential marketing company in the Meatpacking District, she started out at the bottom rung as receptionist. After seven months of answering phones and dipping her hands in any creative hat she could find, she was promoted to Assistant Event Manager, where she contributes to the execution of over 5,000 events per year in NYC alone. In addition to her role at MKTG INC, she serves as Blogger and Community Manager at Swoon, an online dating application available on all Android phones. She is responsible for creating the “voice” of Swoon, as well as generating daily editorial content featured on all social media channels. Follow her on Twitter at @kriscappawhat.
Politics and Culture Editor, Washingtonian magazine
Politics & Culture Editor at Washingtonian. Previously: Features Editor at Fast Company and fastcompany.com. Have also written about culture and entertainment for the New York Times Magazine, GQ, Esquire, New York magazine, Rolling Stone, The Awl, and Men's Journal, among others. Follow: @RobBrunnerDC Contact: RobBrunnerNYC at gmail.com
Reporting, editing, translation, photos and social media services in Berlin, Germany. For a brief professional history, see about.me/caitlinhardee. Skills and networking at linkedin.com/in/caitlinhardee. Text and images featured in, among others: ZEIT.de, Deutsche Welle, Berliner-Rundfunk.de, Berliner Kurier, KCRW Berlin, politik-kommunikation.de, FluentU German, Huffington Post Germany, Slow Travel Berlin & more.
Deputy Head of Copy & Production at Culture Trip, | Freelance Culture & Lifestyle Feature Writer |
Deputy Head of Copy at Culture Trip, I commission and edit a wide range of articles from freelance writers, covering different cities, countries and territories around the world. Writing about culture, travel and adventure sports on a freelance basis for places like: Red. Bull, The Atlantic, Mpora, The Independent, Forbes, Ink Media, Escapism Magazine, Woman Magazine, Total Women's Cycling, Outdoors Magic, Prowl Magazine and Buzz Mag Public speaker on women in sport, previously speaking for The North Face + SheExtreme Film Festival. Previously Editor-in-chief at Cooler Magazine/ Associate Editor at Mpora/ Reporter at The Independent/ Editor at Red Bull