United Kingdom Journalists

Browse the Clippings.me directory of United Kingdom journalists below. We found 339 United Kingdom journalists listed.

Sarah Harrop

Freelance science writer and editor

I'm a freelance science writer and editor with two decades’ experience of communicating about science. My recent clients have included universities, publicly funded research organisations and biotech companies. Before taking the plunge into freelancing, I worked in the University sector and - for nearly a decade - at the UK Medical Research Council (UKRI) where I edited the MRC's magazine, wrote and produced its Annual Review and contributed to its podcast, blog and website. I've also worked in industry, within the drug information team at Thomson Reuters, and I've dabbled in travel writing, winning the Guardian Young Travel Writer of the Year award. I have a BSc in biological sciences from Sheffield University and a journalism qualification from University of London Birkbeck College.


Alex Dakers


I'm a freelance journalist based in London, with experience across a variety of news desks at multiple national newspapers. Currently I'm working most regularly at The i Paper (inews.co.uk) - the UK's youngest national newspaper - where I have written and edited for the breaking news, sport, SEO, culture and comment desks, including as a live blog reporter. I was previously a dedicated sportswriter across all sports for another national newspaper, the Cayman Compass, and I have bylines in publications including NBC Bay Area, the Pacifica Tribune, Swimming World Magazine and SwimSwam Magazine. While completing my master's degree in Journalism (with a data journalism focus) at Stanford University ('23) I was a staff writer for The Stanford Daily's sports section, where I used my experience as a national team level athlete and university performance team member to provide in-depth coverage of the university's renowned swimming and diving programs. I also have a bachelor's degree in Biomedical Sciences from the University of Bath ('22), which fuels my desire to improve the way science and health news is reported in the media. Please don't hesitate to get in touch with any story ideas as well as freelance writing, editing, copywriting or similar opportunities (remote or otherwise) - you can find me on Twitter (@dakers_alex) or LinkedIn, or email me at: [email protected] You'll find categories to filter my work below.

Teri Saccone

Freelance Journalist & Content Writer

I am an experienced international writer and broadcaster working in the music, entertainment, finance and fashion arenas in print and digital media publications for global brands including H&M, Yamaha Music Europe and Elle Magazine. I am a journalist, content writer, podcaster and engaged interviewer who brings out the best in people. My writing has been syndicated globally. Words, ideas and people are my passions.


Amy McPherson

Freelance Travel Writer | Features, Advertorials

I am a travel writer with a destionation focus on France and Italy, specialising in travel experiences with a focus on outdoor adventures, eco travel and nature based experiences. As a foodie, there's always a dash of gourmet travel as well!


Lorenza Bacino

Journalist and travel writer

I'm interested in people and places, culture and lifestyle, society, human rights, international law, food, travel, family, yoga and more

Bronwyn Griffiths

Freelance Writer/Editor/Content Creator (any pronouns)

SEO-savvy content creation star seeks exciting lifestyle/health/tech brand with GSOH for inspiring new adventures! 👇Read my lifestyle blog.


Irene Caswell

Freelance lifestyle and travel writer



Claire Fitzsimmons

Writer, Wellbeing Curator and Emotions Coach Practitioner

Claire Fitzsimmons helps people to have more good days by developing an everyday life practice that meets them wherever they are, with whatever it is they need. Claire draws from positive psychology, transactional analysis, somatics, neuroscience, Positive Intelligence, emotions coaching, and the science of well-being to help people better understand what it means to be a person in this world, and how we can possibly do life with all that life now needs to contain. Claire is the co-founder and co-director of If Lost Start Here, a purpose-driven company supporting people to find better wellbeing in their everyday lives. Claire is also a certified Emotions Coaching Practitioner and an ICF Associate Certified Coach (ACC). Claire writes on Substack under More Good Days and has contributed pieces on mental health and emotional well-being to Liz Earle Magazine, Long Reads, The New York Times, The Independent, Anxy Magazine, Mother, UpperCase Magazine, and Good Therapy, amongst others. Her work has been featured in Stylist, Muddy Stilettos and The Slow Living Guide.


David Trigg

Art Writer, Critic & Art Historian

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 Latin American Artists: From 1785 to Now (Phaidon 2023), Vitamin C+ (Phaidon 2023), Great Women Painters (Phaidon, 2022), Vitamin D3 (Phaidon, 2021), 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.

Charlotte Irwin

Freelance journalist with words in i-D, Financial Times, loveEXPLORING.com, Sunday Times Magazine, Courier Magazine

I write on a broad range of topics, from the arts and travel to money.