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Freelance writer, editor and copywriter
I'm an award-winning writer and editor with a talent for storytelling and proven track record of creating engaging, entertaining and informative content. 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 most subjects: film, food, drink, travel, politics, 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, RT, Google, Guinness, LG, YOU, 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 and won two Games Media Awards.
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.
Writer | Editor | SEO | Podcaster
Born in London to New Zealand parents, I somehow ended up growing up in New York, Sydney and then Melbourne, Australia. Today I have whānau around the world, which is a blessing - even if I don't know where to call home. As well as working as a travel editor and writer, I trained to teach English during the pandemic lockdown (ask me anything about phrasal verbs) and produced a travel podcast with a team of grounded travel folk. Have a listen to "This Place, This Story" on Spotify, Audible, or Apple podcasts. When not away on assignments, I spend my days tinkering on my canal boat in London, and am raising two kids and a fat Russian Blue cat called Millie.
Author / Professional Writer
Tony Davis is a retired Army officer, former Country Director for a congressionally chartered nonprofit organization in South Korea, civil servant, and professional writer. Across 21 years, Tony served his country in the United States Army as a career military intelligence officer, retiring from Joint Forces Command / Special Operations Command as a lieutenant colonel. From commissioning to retirement, Tony served in a wide variety of staff and leadership positions globally, including combat operations in Iraq. Among his overseas assignments and deployments are Germany, South Korea, Japan, Thailand, Egypt, Croatia, Spain, Qatar, Kuwait, Jordan, Bangladesh, and many others. Tony is the author of numerous articles and blog posts as well as the book, God Loves You: Some Restrictions May Apply (and Many Other Christian Dilemmas) (2019). He is available for freelance writing and editing, with a special affinity for science, travel, politics, and theological topics. Tony holds a bachelor’s degree in political science and two master’s degrees: in international relations from Troy University and professional writing from New York University. He is a graduate of both the US Army Command and General Staff College and the Joint Forces Staff College. His hobbies include SCUBA diving, paragliding, classical guitar, and a passion for traveling (fifty-one countries and forty-five states so far and counting).
As a former writer for National Geographic Traveler online, I'm a journalist who is always looking for the next exciting challenge! I am skilled in writing, research, editing, social media, WordPress, photography, and photoshop.
Consumer journalist, copy & content writer.
I write about all sorts, from travel, wildlife, and well-being to relationships, lifestyle, and parenting. I take photos, too. Recent travel commissions include The Telegraph, The Times and Experience Travel Group. I've also been creating SEO content for private clients on topics as diverse as British contemporary art, legal advice, equality in the workplace, menopausal health, and astonishingly beautiful jewellery. So, I know my Boivin from my Bulgari and the differences between Hambling, Hirst and HRT. Other clients include The Guardian, Sainsbury's Magazine, Family Traveller, Encounters Magazine, South China Morning Post, Janus Arts & Jewels, Hilton, You Magazine, Mumsnet.com - the UK's leading parenting website, takethefamily.com - the UK's leading family travel website, britainsfinest.co.uk and John Brown Publishing. Commissions include newspaper and magazine articles, web content, programme development, scriptwriting and PR projects.
Chief sub editor, writer
Scottish freelance writer, sub editor, layout artist, craft beer drinker, food fanatic and travel addict currently based in London after a seven-year stint around the world.
I'm a freelance travel writer based in New Zealand. Coming from a background in heritage projects, I like to explore a destination's culture and heritage. My work has appeared in print and digital media in New Zealand and internationally. Recent destinations include Wairarapa, Japan (Kyushu, Shimane, Hiroshima, Kinosaki Onsen, Kyoto, and Tokyo), Sydney, and Dunedin. Writer (Associate) member of the Australian Society of Travel Writers.
Writer and Editor
A Jakarta-based writer who recently completed her MA in Cultural and Creative Industries at King's College London, UK. Former Editorial Assistant for Indonesian Expat (2015 - 2017). An occasional dancer and a full-time overthinker.