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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).
Freelance journalist and writer
I’m a regular contributor to AFAR Media and The Washington Post. I have also written for Colombia Reports, Argentina Independent and The Yorkshire Post. I specialise in inspirational destination guides, and am the local Switzerland expert for afar.com. Themes for my articles have ranged from teaching English abroad to investigating the Argentinian youth soccer culture. My fluent Spanish is a major advantage when conducting interviews and gathering information. [email protected]
Writer and Editor
My journalism experience includes writing, editing, layout and photography. I am executive editor of two South Florida magazines and currently live in the San Francisco Bay area ... I continue to edit the two magazines thanks to email, Skype and my alarm clock, since I'm three hours behind everyone else.
Knoxville Freelance Writer, Journalist, Copywriter, and Proofreader
I'm a freelance writer with a background in journalism, professional blogging, and proofreading. Are you looking for a wordsmith who's committed to getting the job done well – and on time? Drop me a line. I've written news features, book chapters, blog posts for businesses, community news stories, and magazine features. And I've edited e-mail blasts, web copy, flyers and brochures. I spent two years living in Germany's Black Forest region, so I speak a little Deutsch and maintain a love for schnitzel and bratwurst. I was homeschooled for 12 years and currently teach middle and high school English courses to homeschooled students at two local co-ops. I was an English major in college and I love Jane Austen, William Shakespeare, and the Brontës. Check out my clips below.
- Titulada en Comunicación Social de la Universidad Central de Venezuela. - Diploma en Crítica de Arte de la Universidad Central de Venezuela. - Diploma en Estudios Avanzados en Periodismo en la UCAB. - Maestría en Periodismo Político Internacional en la Universidad Pompeu Fabra. *El portafolio está dividido entre textos impresos/online y trabajos multimedia.
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
Katherine Atkinson is a writer, teacher, television personality and publisher of fresh Magazine. She is the recipient of the 2006 Saint Lucia National Arts Festival prize for short fiction, and winner of the 2007 Word Alive International performance poetry competition. Her work has been published in The Caribbean Writer, and sx salon, and she was recently recognised by the Commonwealth Broadcasting Association with an award for her short fiction. Her articles have appeared in SHE Caribbean, MACO Magazine, Caribbean Beat, Livemint Lounge and Island Life. She hosts the cooking programme Stir it Up, and recently co-authored ‘Living My Dreams’ the biography of sports personality Joseph ‘Reds’ Perreira. Katherine is a certified teacher and is currently a graduate student at UBC in the MFA Writing Programme in Canada.
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