United Kingdom Journalists

Browse the Clippings.me directory of United Kingdom journalists below. We found 273 United Kingdom journalists listed.

Nathan Johnston

Freelance Copywriter

Looking for someone to turn you and your business into a 'billion dollar brand' overnight...? ...You're in the wrong place. But if you can settle for persuasive and engaging copy that your customers actually relate to... copy that generates more leads and converts higher than you've ever had before... then I'm your guy. I'll help you build longer-lasting and more meaningful relationships with your customers. And we'll grow your business with sustainable results using the right words... in the right place... at exactly the right time. DON'T JUST TAKE MY WORD FOR IT... 📣 "Nathan definitely has a creative and innovative approach when it comes to words and I am super thankful for his consistent delivery. He has not only allowed us as an organisation to be more consistent in our messaging, he has also helped us to expand our brand awareness to an increasingly high standard." - Josh Cheetham, Founder of BDN Global

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Claire Kerr

B2B technology copywriter - blog posts, case studies and white papers

I'm a copywriter and content marketer who writes engaging content for technology businesses - for companies selling software, hardware, internet services and emerging tech. I am a member of the Chartered Institute of Marketing (MCIM) and hold the CIM Diploma in Marketing (DipM). I am also a member of ProCopywriters and The Content Marketing Association. My 30+ years' experience allows me to write a diverse range of copy, but I specialise in blog posts, case studies and white papers.


David Trigg

Art Writer & Critic

David Trigg is an art writer and critic based in Bristol, UK. He is a regular contributor to books on contemporary art and his reviews, features and interviews with artists have been published in Studio International, ArtReview, Art Quarterly, Art Monthly, Frieze, The Burlington Magazine, Art Papers and Art in Print. His book Reading Art (Phaidon Press, 2018) explores the relationship between art and literature, creatively tracing the history of how artists have depicted books as symbols, subjects and objects. It was featured on BBC Radio 4’s Open Book programme and was selected by The Times as a book of the year. His latest book, Spring (Tate Publishing, 2020), explores the season of spring through 50 artworks from the Tate collection. David's writing appears in numerous other books on art, including African Artists: From 1882 to Now (Phaidon 2021), Vitamin D3 (Phaidon 2021), Great Women Artists (Phaidon, 2019), Vitamin T (Phaidon, 2019), 30-Second Great Art (Ivy Press, 2018), Flying Too Close to the Sun (Phaidon, 2018), Body of Art (Phaidon, 2015) and The Twenty-First Century Art Book (Phaidon, 2014). His interviews with artists are included in Talking Art 2 (Ridinghouse, 2018). He has a PhD in Art History from the University of Bristol and is a member of the International Association of Art Critics.


Maurina Angioni

Another music critic wannabe

I'm an obsessive perpetual student Data analyst Former musician Graduated in social sciences Former graphic designer Former pop culture journalist (in Italy) Studying for my NCTJ Diploma in Multimedia Journalism at News Associates (Manchester) As you can see my headlines suck, I can edit everything but English is not my first language

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James Blake

Freelance Writer and Editor

Award-winning writer, journalist and editor with 20 years’ experience in travel, lifestyle, current affairs and news journalism, editing, proofreading, copywriting, social media, corporate and charity communications, publishing and PR. Working with some fabulous clients, I’ve created copy and content for organisations including Channel 4, Viacom UK (MTV, Channel 5), Rolls Royce, The Civil Aviation Authority, Imperial College Health Partners, National Air Traffic Services, Roke, Cadent, Bayer, Southern C0-OP, the Met Police and more. "It was a pleasure working with James, fantastic copy and so many exciting angles for further ideas – a creative's dream partner! Can't wait for our next collaboration!" Alchemy Mill Design

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Dom Smith

Editor | Soundsphere magazine

Dom Smith (sometimes known as Dom Sphere) is a digital journalist, born in East Yorkshire who has completed a Masters in Magazine Journalism at the University of Central Lancashire. He was the National Diversity Award winner for Entrepreneurial Excellence in 2012, and has previously been voted one of the happiest people in the country according to the Independent on Sunday. He has also carried the Paralympic Flame for the city of York. In 2021, following a stint working in the US, as a Journalist in Residence for MIT, now based across Yorkshire and the North of England for work stuff, Dom runs the music publication, Soundsphere. The project (in online and print form) has held bases in Manchester, Chester and York before coming to Hull, and has worked on festivals including Leeds and Download in the UK, Sziget in Hungary, Exit in Serbia and SXSW in America. Soundsphere is funded by advertorial from clubs, bars and academic institutions looking to run work placements, and runs regular live music showcases, promoting national, and local charities including CALM (The Campaign Against Living Miserably), Accessible Arts and Media (York) and Samaritans (Hull). In addition, Dom works as part of Wobbling About and Rocking Out (promoting disability and mental health awareness) and the Creative Condition doing PR and marketing work for various clients. Throughout his career, Dom has had the opportunity to conduct regular workshops and talks around the country about entrepreneurship, media and journalism with students, and work regularly as a mentor for young people, working with The Warren Youth Project in Hull, and more. In previous years, Dom has written for Metro, Rock Sound magazine, WhatCulture, The Quietus, T3 magazine, NME.com, Stuff magazine, Metal Hammer magazine (and others), and has interviewed everyone from Rammstein, Placebo, Alice In Chains and Judas Priest to The 1975, McBusted as well as emerging talent including Yungblud, as well as international entertainers including magician Dynamo, wrestler Ric Flair and many more. Alongside working on his own solo electronic music, Dom has been the drummer for blues rock band Stickybackplastics, York hardcore punks SEEP AWAY, Hull doom metal two-piece The Parasitic Twins and a forthcoming post-punk studio project, Mary and The Ram. He is also the host of the Gimme A Hull Yeah wrestling podcast. Just hit the contact button and get in touch.


Leon Horton

Countercultural writer

After gaining his masters from the University of Salford, Leon drank himself into a corner working as a Court Reporter at Manchester Crown Court (wouldn't you?); lost the will to live writing "isn't everything wonderful" bullshit for a local advertising magazine; and enjoyed a failed stint as the editor of Old Trafford News. His writing has been described as " not quite what we are looking for" and is published by Beatdom Books, International Times, Beat Scene Magazine, Newington Blue Press, Literary Heist, Empty Mirror, Erotic Review and TheGayUK. In January 2019, he became a member of the European Beat Studies Network, an academic community of scholars, writers and artists concerned with the Beat Generation.


Alex Telfer

Copy Writer/Freelancer/Content Editor

Ten years ago, a crack commando was sent to prison by a military court for a crime of grammar he didn't commit. This man promptly sulked before escaping from a maximum-security stockade into the Brentford underground. Today, still wanted by the government, he survives as a freelance writer. If you have a problem... if no one else can help... and if you can find him... maybe you can hire*... Alex Telfer. *Especially if the subject matter involves travel, sports, gambling, wildlife, London, social commentary, humour and more.


Patrick Clarke

Staff Writer at The Quietus, Freelance Journalist, and Writer/Editor for hire

A 27-year-old London-based writer with Liverpudlian roots, I'm a graduate of City University's Magazine Journalism MA, staff writer at Europe's leading independent culture website The Quietus, and a freelance journalist with bylines for The Guardian, BBC, NME, N By Norwegian, Metro and DIY, among many others. I also have credits writing biographies for artists signed to labels like 4AD, Domino, PIAS and Heavenly, and am a corporate copywriter for hire. In addition, I'm more than happy to offer free advice and mentorship to any aspiring culture writers and journalists to the best of my abilities - don't hesitate to get in touch. I specialise in (although am by no means limited to) art, culture, politics and opinion. Commission me! [email protected]


Veronique Mistiaen

Award-winning journalist

I write about human rights, social and humanitarian issues, global development and the environment. Reporting from across the developing world, as well as Europe, I tell stories of survival, resistance, environmental activism and economic empowerment. I like to explore solutions rather than merely exposing problems. I am bilingual English/French. My work has been published in The Guardian, Economist, Newsweek, Al Jazeera, Times, Telegraph, BBC News, Financial Times’ This is Africa, Thomson Reuters Foundation, New Internationalist, Positive News, Le Monde, Chicago Tribune, San Francisco Chronicle and many other publications. Need a freelance? Contact me at [email protected]