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Hi. I’m a London-based journalist focusing on investigations and criminal justice reform. I have a Level 3 Gold Standard NCTJ diploma, and my writing has appeared in the Sunday Times, the Sunday Telegraph and the i. I have previously lived and worked delivering aid in a refugee camp in France, and for an NGO in Rajasthan, India. [email protected]
Journalist and Media Consultant - Entertainment, Society, Lifestyle
Jayjay is a graduate of the Annenberg School of Communications and Journalism at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. She started her career working firstly for legendary PR Michael Levine in Los Angeles, following that with working for one of the UK's most powerful players in Publicity Alan Edwards of the Outside Organisation, together with working at MTV and all the major record labels. In recent years she has turned to writing and has contributed to Huff Post, Thrive Global, Buzzfeed, The Luxury Channel, CNN, Express.co.uk, OnMogul, Hollywood London & a number of other media outlets. She is also working as a Producer, developing documentaries & contributing to movie projects. Personalities and Brands she has interviewed and worked with have included Coldplay, the late George Michael, Robert Deniro, Al Pacino, Gerard Butler, Michael Fassbender, Alicia Vikander, Luke Evans, Giancarlo Esposito, Ice T and Coco, Matt Dillon, Regé-Jean Page, Charley Palmer Rothwell, Donatella Versace, Lisa Moorish, Showrunner Simon Mirren, Broadcaster & Criminologist Donal MacIntyre, African superstars Rita Dominic, Ramsey Nouah, renowned Artist Lincoln Townley and the world's best known male model David Gandy. Brands include CNN, The Academy Awards, BAFTA, The Dorchester Collection, GQ Men of The Year Awards, BFI London Film Festival, Turner Classic Movies, Cartoon Network, The Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills, The Beverly Hills Hotel, The Beaumont Hotel London, BIFA Awards, Christian Dior, Hugo Boss and Hackett.
Sports Journalist & Content Editor
After graduating with a degree in Journalism from the University of Central Lancashire in 2000, I spent three years at TEAMtalk.com, before stints at talkSPORT, Archant Newspapers, Charlton Athletic, Everton, and Fulham. I am currently responsible for producing an 100-page matchday programme for every Fulham home game. I also edit QPR's programme, contribute to Southampton's, cover games for national newspapers and write for SPORTbible. Contact me at [email protected]
Freelance Broadcast Journalist, Producer and Researcher
Having finished my undergraduate degree in English Literature at Newcastle University (and after getting a sufficient amount of travelling out of my system), I returned to London to complete my MA in Broadcast Journalism at City, University of London. During this time I interviewed David Lammy, Sir Vince Cable and Rory Stewart about Brexit on my many spontaneous visits to College Green. Alongside my studies, I worked as an Assistant Producer at LBC, mostly on programmes with Andrew Castle, Maajid Nawaz, Iain Dale, Eddie Mair, Nigel Farage and David Lammy. I moved to Glasgow in the summer of 2019 to BBC Scotland. I work on the Mornings, with Kaye Adams and Stephen Jardine programme where I assist with content production as a Researcher and Producer. I do regular voiceovers for the show and have participated in live on-air discussions. I also work as a Broadcast Journalist for the flagship breakfast programme Good Morning Scotland, the political podcast 'Podlitical' and BBC News Online. After shifting as a Journalism Researcher on the TV News programme, The Nine, I began work as a The Nine's freelance Digital Journalist. Alongside these programmes, I am a regular Researcher for BBC Question Time and Debate Night, having previously worked as a Researcher on Debate Night Extra and The Afternoon Show. I have a particularly strong interest in politics, women's issues and LGBTQ+ stories, with bylines in BBC News Online, The Guardian and The Focus.
I like my words and I cannot lie
Big words, little words, I love them all and want to make people happy when they read them. As you can see, I am currently building my profile so you can see how good I am with words and how much I love them. I hope you can help this creative, novice wordsmith kickstart a career in copywriting.
Staff Writer at The Quietus and Freelance Journalist
A 26 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 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]
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 has written articles and reviews for publications including Studio International, ArtReview, Art Monthly, Frieze, Art Quarterly, The Burlington Magazine and Art Papers. 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 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.
Founder, Clippings.me – I dig journalism, SaaS, marketing and technology
Entrepreneurial media technologist and former journalist, dedicated to developing the news industry for the better. Experienced founder and sales professional, board member and occasional advisor. Formerly Google, Accenture. Also a copywriter and freelance contributor to publications including the Independent, The Next Web, OnStartups, the National (Abu Dhabi), the South China Morning Post (Hong Kong) and MSN Travel. I created Clippings.me - contact [email protected] if you need any help!