United Kingdom Journalists

Browse the Clippings.me directory of United Kingdom journalists below. We found 338 United Kingdom journalists listed.

Laura Vismara

HealthTech | MedTech | Digital Health & Wellness

SEO-Powered Content & Copy | B2B | B2C The content you need, without the headaches πŸ˜‡ Long and Short Form Articles Blog Posts Web Copy E-Newsletters E-Books Lead Magnets ...and more For the big company, the seasoned entrepreneur and the busy start-up. πŸ“¨ Drop me a line at [email protected] for freelance enquiries or samples from my work as a ghostwriter that aren't available on my portfolio. If you don't hear back from me on the same day it may be 'cause you are on the other side of the world or I am at my desk..writing πŸ˜‰


Claire Kerr

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

I'm a copywriter and content marketer who writes for B2B technology businesses - for companies selling software, hardware, internet services and emerging tech. I am a member of ProCopywriters and the Chartered Institute of Marketing (MCIM) and hold the CIM Diploma in Marketing (DipM). My 30+ years' experience allows me to write a diverse range of copy, but I specialise in blog posts, case studies, white papers and ebooks.


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, National Geographic, NPR, Financial Times’ This is Africa, Thomson Reuters Foundation, New Internationalist, Positive News, Le Monde, Chicago Tribune, San Francisco Chronicle and many other media. Need a freelance? Contact me at [email protected]

Georgie Carr

Writer and Critic

I am a freelance writer and critic and a staff writer at Another Gaze: A Feminist Film Journal. I am also a doctoral researcher, writing on policing, film & built environments at the University of Sussex.

Philip Thomas


I am Philip Thomas. The greatest blessing in my life is that I have always known what I wanted to do: Write. To achieve my goal I studied 'English and Creative Writing' at Manchester Metropolitan University, achieving a 2:1. While I have worked in a number of industries, I have little relevant professional work experience. However, I have valuable experience's such as having presented my work to professionals: Joff Brown, Editor at Welbeck Publishing, Tom Bonnick, Editor at Nosy Crow and Ian Morris - Illustrator and writer. The work I presented was a fully written and story-boarded picture book with a profile detailing the target market, prospective publisher and illustrator. Furthermore, I completed the Hachette run 'Business of Publishing' course with certificate of completion. I work as a freelance editor on Fiverr to gain useful experience and I have enjoyed paid work from editing. My writing experience is broad, I have written extracts or in some cases complete drafts of: screenplays, scripts, short stories, novels, video game narratives, Children's picture books and poetry. As a hobby I create video essay scripts, analysing story in films and video games. It is a passion of mine to examine and break down a story and offer a critique. I have a goal: my dream job is to be the show runner for Doctor Who which I am determined to achieve because I am passionate and enthusiastic without end when it comes to writing. I enjoy writing everything and I enjoy editing too so if you need a versatile, hardworking and passionate writer, my C.V. is linked here, get in touch and I look forward to working with you.


Laura Elliott

Freelance journalist, writer, and editor

I'm a disabled writer, journalist, and editor based in the UK. My non-fiction is focused on health, disability, and politics, and its intersections in art and entertainment. I've had by-lines in The Establishment, The Ecologist, The Metro and The Guardian β€” among others β€” and anthology essays published by places like Monstrous Regiment Publishing, and in Hachette's "Letters from Lockdown" collection. As of March 2023 I write a regular column for The Unwritten. Unruly Bodies; Remarkable Lives focuses on forgotten disabled figures from history and publishes monthly. My fiction often runs towards the speculative, horror, and so-called "weird fic", and can be found in a number of magazines and anthologies, including Disturbing the Body by Boudicca Press, Strix Magazine, and many more.

Paula Beaton

Freelance Tech, Food, and Travel Journalist, Writer and Editor

I've been a writer for over eleven years, an editor for seven. These days I can mostly be found penning articles on anything foodie from culture to history for the Daily Meal. You'll also find me writing tech how-tos, guides, explainers, and roundups for HelpDeskGeek, Online Tech Tips, Xbox Advisor, and Make Tech Easier. When I'm not writing I usually have my nose stuck in a good book. https://www.thedailymeal.com/author/paulabeaton/ https://www.online-tech-tips.com/author/pbeaton/ https://helpdeskgeek.com/author/pbeaton/ https://www.xboxadvisor.com/author/pbeaton/ https://www.maketecheasier.com/

Hollianne Head

Copywriter & Content Strategist

I'm a versatile copywriter with a proven ability to create content that informs, persuades, inspires and starts conversations. I'm also a qualified project manager and marketing professional with experience in planning and implementing imaginative, multi-channel B2C campaigns in the health, wellbeing, software and technology and not for profit sectors. Clients include: Adobe, Storyworth, Zendesk, Blurb, CABA, Transform & Thrive, Addison Ross, Browning York Communications


Sandy Dhaliwal

Senior communications professional, writer and photographer

I am an NCTJ-trained journalist and experienced communications professional from London, specialising in travel, lifestyle and entertainment.


Patrick Clarke

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

A 29-year-old London-based writer with Liverpudlian roots, I'm the deputy editor at Europe's largest independent culture website The Quietus, and a freelance journalist with bylines for The Guardian, BBC, NME, Rolling Stone, N By Norwegian, Marvin, Yes&No, Metro and DIY, among many others. I've also written biographies for artists signed to labels like Rough Trade, 4AD, Domino, PIAS and Heavenly, and am a corporate copywriter for hire. My first book, about Soft Cell, will be out via the Manchester University Press in 2024. 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]