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Rédactrice freelance - Freelance editor
Depuis juillet 2012, since july 2012 : Rédactrice indépendante, Freelance Editor 08.2011-08.2012 : Rédactrice en chef, Editor in Chief for www.lepetitjournal.com/francfort - Francfort/Germany 02.2010-02.2011 : Communication Manager VINCI Energies Deutschland 01.2000-12.2007 : Project Leader Marketing IKEA France - Paris/France
I can never get enough of travelling. That's probably why I'm a freelance journalist who specialises in travel, lifestyle and fashion. Thanks to low cost airlines, I often escape London and discover European hotspots where I meet locals and enjoy their culture. One day I will relocate to Barcelona and spend my life eating jamón and playing the Spanish guitar. (Hopefully) Take a look at my clippings and feel free to get in touch with me at [email protected] Thanks!
Creative writer and literary editor
A 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.
I’m a 21-year-old NCTJ qualified journalist and Sussex University graduate with a with a 2:1 in English Language. I’ve had a lot of work experience in various areas of journalism. I’ve reported for my local newspaper, spent a year as Arts Editor for my student newspaper, interned as a lifestyle writer for a women’s online magazine, sub-edited Time Out magazine in London, written copy for MoneySupermarket.com, written features for Monarch airlines in-flight magazine and blogged for Brighton & Hove Chamber of Commerce. I am currently staff writer for This Festival Feeling, and I regularly contribute articles and gig reviews to websites such as KettleMag, Brighton Noise and Critical Wave. Meanwhile I'm looking for a job in journalism...
Brand ambassador, copywriter, marketer, more than a decade of insightful and intuitive audience targeting experience
I'm a writer with a keen marketing sensibility, proficient in different styles of writing to accomplish different purposes: heavily researched articles, creative writing, news writing for broadcast, tease writing for broadcast, print and social media, newsletters, print ads, collateral copy and press releases. All of these require different skill sets and precise understanding of target audiences, how they behave, and what spurs them to specific action. I've been expertly speaking in the WRAL brand voice for nearly 13 years, protecting and nurturing it like a delicate bloom with unlimited growth potential.
I earned a B.A. in English Literature/Writing. I have experience as a Travel Writer and Editor for J. M. Marketing, a Huffington Post Travel Contributor, a Research Writer for Eastbay, a Travel and Business Featured Contributor for Yahoo!, and a Business Writer for Bright Hub. My past work experience includes small business ownership, education, and a license in Property & Casualty Insurance. I enjoy family, writing, reading, photography, travel, music, running, and sports.
Freelance food and travel writer
I wear a number of hats - a writer, PR practitioner and event organiser with over two decades of in-house and consultancy experience in the United Kingdom and the Middle East. I set up my own business in Dubai seven years ago – an impartial restaurant review website, FooDiva, which launched in February 2011, and has collected ten awards, including BBC Good Food Middle East's Food Blog of the Year. I also organise mystery #DineAroundDubai restaurant experiences. I have featured prolifically in local and international media including a guest segment on CNN Go’s travel programme on Dubai. Furthermore, I take on freelance writing commissions, plus PR/ F&B consultancy. I am a regular speaker and industry awards judge on my favourite subjects - food, restaurants, hotels, travel and social media. That's enough I think!
United Arab Emirates