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Hei. I'm a journalist/editor/copywriter based in Bristol. I have bylines in the Manchester Evening News, The Independent, The Daily Mirror, The Tab, Backbench, The Beaver, and the Great Bentley Parish Magazine. I'm also an ESL teacher, musician, and keen rice connoisseur.
Freelance Writer/ Journalist
Julie is an award winning freelance writer who regularly contributes to the Olive Oil Times where she has had over 100 articles published on topics ranging from the health benefits of olive oil to threats facing olive trees. Julie's niche areas include food, travel, health,spirituality and personal development.
Freelance journalist, writer, editor
I am an award-winning news and features journalist working for major media organisations. I cover many subjects, from human rights, conflict and humanitarian issues, to Brexit, coronavirus and the UK housing crisis. What I do: News and feature reporting, international and UK Broadcast news, live programme editing, field and newsroom producing News editing Journalism consultancy, copy editing and copy writing Who I work/have worked for: The Observer, The Sunday Times, The Guardian, The Independent, The Daily Telegraph, The Mail on Sunday and other magazines The BBC (15 years in TV news) I used to live in London and Beirut. I now live beside the sea with my four children in Cornwall. Yes, four. Contact me [email protected]
Freelance journalist & copywriter
Lauren Eads is an NCE/NCTJ trained journalist who started her career in local news. In 2014 she moved to international B2B publication, The Drinks Business, as news and web editor covering the wine, beer and spirits industry. She was later promoted to deputy editor, and then managing editor. During this time she completed her WSET Level 2, 3 and Diploma in wines and spirits, judged in a number of wine competitions, and was shortlisted as ’emerging wine writer of the year’ at the 2016 Louis Roederer Wine Writer Awards. She now works as a freelance journalist and copywriter.
Freelance Writer & Editor
The areas I most enjoy writing for include technology, sustainability, travel, business, commerce, sports and education. I also have experience of creating advertising content, beauty articles and news writing. I have undertaken writing for many genres as I enjoy undertaking thorough research before starting a new piece. This means your readers can be confident in the work I provide. My undergraduate degree is in English, I have a PGCE in English and I have postgraduate qualifications in Inclusion. I keep up to date with regular CPD opportunities and I enjoy keeping up to date on all the current writing skills needed to create unique pieces in a competitive market.
Freelance Journalist, Farmer, Outdoorsman, and Entrepreneur
I am a freelance writer and carpenter currently based out of Roanoke, Va. I grew up in rural southwest Virginia in the Appalachian Mountains as an avid outdoorsman, rock climber, backpacker, and eventually traveler. I have great interest in environmental issues, organic farming, clean energy initiatives, and conservation efforts. I will never shy away from any opportunity to travel, meet new people and study new cultures. I learned Spanish over six months in 2018 studying conservation biology, setting up a hydroponic farming system, and monitoring fish populations in Costa Rica. In August 2019, I spent three weeks in Argentina through an internship with Guayakí studying yerba mate culture, fair trade practices, and biodynamic and organic farming methods. I have recently returned from a cultural immersion experience in Peru sponsored by Appalachian Gear Company. While in Peru, I spent time in rural communities observing their farming methods, visiting world heritage sites, and backpacking through the Andes. I am a creative and dedicated writer with bylines in local, national, and international publications such as the Washington Post, Associated Press, San Francisco Chronicle and Chicago Tribune. My journalistic endeavors and mindset translate well into marketing, blog and social media posts. I enjoy nothing more than weaving a narrative with a purpose. I can work and write in less than ideal situations and approach stories from unconventional viewpoints, allowing me unique experiences as a reporter and writer. Outside of travel and writing, I am working on my business plan for a small farm and composting operation with an emphasis on sustainability and traditional farming methods, alongside community engagement and enrichment.
DCU journalism student, Former deputy lifestyle editor of The College View.
I am a sophomore at Northwestern's Medill School of Journalism double majoring in journalism and economics. I currently write for InsideNU, a sports-focused publication at Northwestern, and have previously written for both NorthByNorthwestern’s magazine and online site. I serve as the lacrosse beat writer for InsideNU and traveled to cover the NCAA Final Four for women's lacrosse last year. I also have experience in multi-media storytelling and have produced multiple video and audio stories through Medill.
Licenciado de Comunicación Social, mención Corporativa de la Universidad Santa María. A lo largo de mi carrera, me he desempeñado en el aprendizaje sobre la publicidad, el mercadeo, el manejo de las redes, atención al cliente, creación de contenido para páginas web, folletos, dípticos, trípticos, planes comunicacionales para el bien común de una o varias empresas, y en la redacción de escritos para revistas, periódicos y portales informativos.
Writer & Communications Consultant
Reem Abdellatif is a writer, editor, and former foreign correspondent with over 10 years of experience living and working across MENA and the Gulf Cooperation Council. She has travelled across places like Cairo, Abu Dhabi, Bahrain, Riyadh, and Doha, where she moderated and hosted panels on AI, E-commerce, and women working in male-dominated industries, such as the oil & gas sectors. She has also exposed and written about various forms of corruption and institutionalized abuse against women in MENA countries, including Egypt, UAE, and Saudi Arabia. As a GBV Survivor Advocate, Reem believes that intersectional feminism offers a lens through which we can better understand and interact with the world around us. That's why her work has brought women and minority issues to public policy agendas. Her work focuses on geopolitics, economics, as well as sexual violence in Egypt and the African continent. Having lived in Egypt for seven years, Reem has had the opportunity to cover Egypt's pre- and post-uprising era from 2010-2014. Reem has also lived in the UAE & Saudi Arabia for nearly five years from 2015-2019. This has given her the opportunity to become immersed in the GCC as the region underwent unprecedented social and economic transformation. Reem's bylines and interviews have appeared in Goethe Institut, WSJ, LA Times, i24NEWS, Haaretz, Libération, CNBC, and others. Reem is also a founding member of the African Women Rights Advocates (AWRA) movement. She is also Co-Director, Head of Branding & Content, and Chief Communications Consultant at AWRA, an NGO that she registered and incorporated in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Reem is Egyptian-American, and speaks English and Arabic fluently.