United Kingdom Journalists

Browse the Clippings.me directory of United Kingdom journalists below. We found 331 United Kingdom journalists listed.

Fuchsia Wilkins

Freelance Writer, Editor & Content Creator

Based in Norfolk UK, I'm an experienced communications specialist with a background in educational and charitable content marketing. My strengths lie in strategic content creation and brand development. I've written for: - Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) - University of East Anglia (UEA) - Norwich University of the Arts (NUA) - University of Portsmouth - Start-Rite Shoes - Adnams - UCAS - World Economic Forum. Drop me a line: [email protected]


Thomas Hobbs

Freelance journalist

A freelance journalist, features writer and copywriter, with a decade plus of diverse experience covering topics including culture, music, film, business, technology, gaming, class, art, food, photography, drugs, sex, tv, society, people etc. My work has appeared at titles including the Guardian, Financial Times, BBC Culture, Vice, New Statesman, Pitchfork, Billboard, Nylon, New York Times, Telegraph, Stereogum, Independent, GQ, Wallpaper, Dazed, Wired, Passionweiss, Time Out London, Okayplayer, Little White Lies, Huck, i-D, Property Week, Mixmag, Sight and Sound, Evening Standard, The Face, Audiomack, DJ Booth, Patta, Crack, Complex, MEL Magazine, Hyphen, The i, Highsnobiety, Beat, Refinery 29, Another Man, NME, Creative Review, DJ Mag, The Quietus, Men's Health, The Grocer, Marketing Week, Backstage, The Drum, Brick, Future Laboratory, BE News, Wonderland, Fresh Produce Journal, FACT, and others. If you would like to commission me, then you can reach me on: [email protected]

Daniele Loddo

Italian Copywriter, Sub-Editor and Transcreation Specialist

Empowering e-commerce brands to capture the hearts and minds of Italian audiences is the passion and expertise that I bring to my work as an SEO copywriter and localisation specialist. My finely tuned skills and versatility in crafting compelling stories have brought to life the vision of well-known brands such as Roberto Cavalli, Neil Barrett, Arena and Samsung. I can turn abstract concepts into realities that easily attract and retain Italian customers with a wide range of content forms including landing pages, blog articles, newsletters, social media posts, shop product categories and descriptions, and metadata. I am adept at using SEO tools such as SEMrush, ahrefs, Screaming Frog, GA and Search Console to improve content performance and reach a wider audience. I am highly skilled in managing the localisation process using advanced tools such as SDL Trados Studio and Crowdin, as well as online content management software. I am also proficient in full Microsoft Office suite. I have considerable experience in creating detailed documents such as client templates, tone of voice guidelines and translation glossaries. These documents facilitate the smooth navigation of the project by other translators whilst ensuring that the client's requirements are met. My expertise has contributed to the successful delivery of high-profile projects for well-known brands, ensuring that the tone, style and message are consistent and appealing to the target audience. I graduated from the Università degli Studi di Urbino Carlo Bo with a bachelor's degree in Sociology, which has given me a deep understanding of human behaviour, cultural diversity and social trends. I use this knowledge to create content that resonates with different segments and personas while reflecting the tone and voice of each brand.


Caroline Butterwick

Freelance journalist

I am a freelance journalist based in North Staffordshire. I write on a range of topics, with a particular interest in disability and mental health, wellbeing, the arts, and travel. My work appears in publications including the Guardian, the i paper, National Geographic Traveller, Mslexia, Psychologies, Wellcome Stories, Stylist, Happiful, and Adventure Travel. I also write short stories for children and adults, and have worked as a copywriter producing case studies for projects at Staffordshire University and the University of Wolverhampton.

Lynsey Barber


I’m a journalist focusing on business, technology and personal finance. I started off writing for trade publications covering the media and advertising industries after graduating from Goldsmiths as a mature student just after the global financial crisis in 2008. Since then I’ve covered broad business news, ranging from economics, property and retail, to politics, policy and tech while at London’s leading daily business newspaper City A.M. As part of the online team, I helped drive record traffic, covering breaking news alongside follow-up insight and analysis to maximise engagement. This included stories ranging from company profit updates like Tesco’s accounting scandal, to politics - including Brexit and too many general elections to count - as well as events, such as Apple’s iPhone launches, and sadly, terrorist attacks. Becoming technology editor for both print and online, I was lucky enough to cover the tech startup ecosystem springing up in London, including the wave of fintech and rise of challenger banks as Silicon Roundabout and The City collided. I won ‘tech journalist of the year’ at the UK Tech Awards 2016, in recognition of incisive, accurate, readable commentary and in-depth knowledge of UK tech companies, public and private. Previous winners include writers for the Financial Times, The Times and Business Insider. I spent time freelancing after a stint setting up the content function of a financial wellbeing startup, where our communications on pension contributions for a global technology client were awarded by the Association for Business Psychology. I have also worked with clients in the technology space to produce content ranging from op-eds and blog posts to awards entries, including for startups and venture capital firms. Most recently I've written for The Sun online covering consumer and personal finance, helping millions of readers keep up with how the cost of living crisis is affecting their finances, find the best bargains and understand their money and their rights. As consumer news editor, I now help lead a team of reporters covering these topics. You can see some highlights of my work below.

Katie Gregory

Copywriter // Editor // Content Marketer

I'm a copywriter, editor and features writer with 15 years of experience and a background in travel. I write features for national titles including the Guardian, The Independent, Time Out and London Evening Standard, landing pages and product copy for brands like TUI, Kuoni and Netflights, and marketing collateral for Shell Global and MG Motor Europe. Email me at [email protected] or find me on Insta @KatieGregoryWrites.

Gee Whizz (aka Gemma Witchalls)

Editor at Steel Media Ltd

In my spare time (jokes, who has any of that these days?) I'm an artist, tattooer and musician. I'm passionate about alternative culture, the human experience and making up silly words. As an ex-archaeologist I get easily distracted by old (especially industrial) stuff, and will talk your ear off about anything hinting at the Fortean. Always down for an in-depth discussion about the work of Douglas Adams or your favourite festival - or a game of Magic the Gathering. I've worked in editorial (print and digital) and content creation roles for over a decade now, being head-hunted by the national press in the early days of Twitter and going on to work as a social media consultant before becoming a professional festival reviewer (I know that doesn't sound like a real job) and making my own fun by inserting oblique references to nerd culture into my writing. I like to try new things, learn new skills, meet new people and, most importantly, have fun. Send me a message, let's chat about stuff, or at least be friends on Pokemon Go! *A note on formatting - some of the below stories appeared on a now defunct website, and I no longer have access to the associated images. The words are all there! But you'll have to use your imagination for the visuals, I'm afraid. Soz!*


Tom Sanders


I am a writer, editor and freelance journalist. You can find samples of my work below. I can be contacted at [email protected].


Sofia Ferreira

Fashion & Beauty Writer

London-based fashion, beauty, and lifestyle journalist with 5 years of editorial experience. Currently writing for Wonderland Magazine, I have bylines at Vogue Brazil, Vogue Scandinavia, and ForbesLife Fashion. I hold an Erasmus Mundus Masters in Journalism, Media, and Globalization, specializing in Business & Innovations at City, University of London.


Nina Meghji

Freelance Researcher, Writer & Copy Editor | Youth, Gender, Education and International Development Specialist

I’m a freelance researcher, writer and editor and youth specialist with an MA in Education, Gender and International Development and fifteen years’ experience of working with NGOs and international organisations in the UK, Africa and Latin America. I have a deep interest in inclusive, participatory and community-centred approaches to development and practical experience of designing, developing and delivering education and employability projects for young people in Sierra Leone, Rwanda, Somalia and the UK. My writing and research — on global development, race and inequality — have been published in national and international newspapers and magazines, on global news websites, by NGOs and think tanks, and in the book Voices of Latin America. I have also contributed to three Rough Guides. Areas of expertise: Youth skills training and employability; Writing and editing (English). Mentoring; Refugee casework; Gender and inclusion; Non-formal education and curriculum development; Education research.