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Digital writer with a love of words. I enjoy writing anything from fashion to culture and anything with a good story behind it. I've reported from shows such as LFW, LCM and GFW as well as writing fashion articles for gal-dem. When I'm not writing fashion pieces I write copy working for clients that range from Depop to The Body Shop. If you'd like to know more about how we can work together, please contact me at [email protected]
Commercial Writer, Manchester Evening News
Former Features Writer for Cavendish Press, Fashion Journalist for VIVA Magazine and Reporter for Salford Now. Features Writer of the Year 2018 Steve Panter News Journalist of the Year 2018 Follow me on social media to keep up to date with my latest work. Thank you for visiting!
Copy. Content. Editorial. Basically, all the words.
>From selfies to shelfies. Fashion used to be my thang, now writing about interiors excites me. I like to work on projects from concept through to creation and can help you with both — plus everything in between. With 20 years' experience in fashion and social media, working for the UK's biggest brands (including ASOS, Topshop, Tesco and Amazon), @ me to hire me: natwonderwall[AT]gmail[DOT]com
Senior Digital Content/ UX Writer
Creative professional with broad experience in writing for digital media. Skilled in digital production developing websites, email marketing and app copy. Proven history of success with different styles: UX content, micro copy, blogs, articles, SMS messages, social media. Bilingual in English and Arabic.
Creative Content Director & Freelance Journalist
I am a creative, dynamic, award-winning journalist with an in-depth understanding of the media landscape. I have impeccable writing and editing skills, the ability to work both fast-paced and under pressure, and a deep passion for all things digital and social. I cover a range of subjects including fashion, beauty, travel, music, food, culture, entertainment, celebrity news and fitness. I'm also one of the key driving forces behind Bauer's ‘Where's Your Head At?’ mental health campaign, which aims to ensure parity of treatment for mental and physical health in UK workplaces and colleges. This campaign currently stands at 210,000 public signatures, has been debated in parliament, and has reached approx. 7M people. Awards: - The Drum Social Purpose Awards 2019 (Shortlist) - Mind Media Awards - Publication 2019 (Shortlist) - Bauer Media Digital Product Of The Year 2019 (Win) - Bauer Media Making A Difference Team Of The Year 2019 (Win) - Magnetic Spotlight Awards 2019 - Best Content Partnership Large (Win) - Magnetic Spotlight Awards 2019 - Best Use of Digital (Shortlist) - British Society of Magazine Editors (BSME) - Best Campaign 2019 (Shortlist) - British Media Awards Video Project Of The Year 2019 (Shortlist) - Campaign Media Award Fashion & Beauty Sector 2019 (Shortlist) - Magnetic Spotlight Multiplatform Campaign Of The Year 2018 (Win) - Bauer Media Excellence Award (Win) Bylines: HELLO!, Cosmopolitan, InStyle, Stylist, Look, Heat, The Debrief, Grazia, Closer, KISS FM, Heat Radio, Hits Radio, Rock FM, Cool FM, Absolute Radio, Magic FM, Mother & Baby and Now Magazine. Commercial clients: Unilever, Estée Lauder, BB3, Three Mobile, adidas, The National Lottery, The Army, River Island, Twitter, Britain's Next Top Model, Public Health England, Mango, Next, Gucci, Christian Louboutin, Boots, Reserved and more. For relevant commissions and collaborations, please contact 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.
I help sport and tech organisations tell their stories more effectively
I'm an award-winning content specialist, offering a range of industry-leading editorial services: - Content strategy and planning - Long and short form multi-platform copywriting - Copy editing and proofreading - Thought leadership content - Speech and presentation scripting - Editorial project management MY EXPERIENCE Sport: I have specialist experience within the Olympic and Paralympic Games and other global events, having worked at the heart of an Organising Committee and contributed to a number of successful event bids. I know my way around the often challenging requirements of stakeholders, rights-holders, International Federations, sponsors and licensees, and am currently involved with various Tokyo 2020 projects. Tech: I write high-profile thought leadership content for clients including digital solutions giant Atos and shock absorption specialist D3O. I communicate clearly and persuasively about complex technological innovations for non-specialist audiences. Health and fitness: With a long background in health and fitness journalism, I'm familiar with everything active from HIIT to Hellerwork. ABOUT ME I work in partnership with strategic communications and content agency LookUp Communications on sport and technology projects for global clients, and with art director and illustrator Christopher Allen on editorial projects. Previously I was Senior Content Manager in the Communications and Public Affairs team at the London 2012 Organising Committee. The team won PR Week's 'Campaign of the Year' award for 2012. During this time, I planned, wrote and edited thousands of pieces of content for a wide range of technical, operational and commercial platforms. I wrote and edited key strategic publications including the Official Report of the Games. I was also part of the content development team for the biggest ever Olympic licensed publishing programme. Prior to London 2012 I was sport and fitness editor of Time Out magazine, writing a weekly commentary on London's sport and fitness scene. I also wrote and edited three editions of Time Out Guides' celebrated ‘Sport, Health & Fitness in London’ publication, and provided editorial management and client liaison for Time Out Brand Solutions. While at Time Out I was twice runner-up in the magazine feature-writing category of the British Sports Journalism Awards. During my career I've written for a vast array of print and digital titles, from the Guardian to Bluffer's, the Sunday Times to Cricket World, The School Run to Health & Fitness. BOOKS I've written seven books, including the Sunday Times best-seller ‘The Lad Done Bad: Sex, Sleaze and Scandal in English Football’ (Penguin), and contributed to a dozen more. 'Master the Art of Running’ (Collins &Brown) was described in the Independent on Sunday as one of the ten best fitness books ever written and has been translated into Dutch and Japanese. ‘Master the Art of Working Out’ is a companion title. My first book, 'Soccer City' (Mandarin), proved to be a prescient look at English football at the birth of the Premier League. I am currently developing a book about the history of the fitness industry. GET IN TOUCH Please contact me at [email protected] or through the link below.
International Journalism Hostile Environment Student aiming to specialize in investigative journalism and corruption reporting. Before - music journalist and occasional content editor and social media manager. Most articles are in Spanish. Based in Belfast, Northern Ireland. SP/EN
Magazine Editor, Human Interest Journalist
I am an award winning and PPA award nominated magazine editor and freelance journalist. Having worked in the industry for over five years I have adapted and developed my writing style. At present I write for, and edit, seven magazine titles on a range of topics, this experience has allowed me to be extremely versatile in my writing. I have experience interviewing face-to-face or via phone. Human interest, disability, opinion, and investigative journalism are my main areas of focus, but I have experience working on writing entertainment reviews, interviews, and covering festivals.
Content manager, writer
Michelle Petersen is the founder of Healthinnovations, having worked in the health and science industry for over 21 years, including medical and scientific posts within the NHS and Oxford University. She has held positions in the field working in private, non-profit and academic laboratories where she taught Oxford undergraduates the spectrum of biological sciences integrating physics for over four years. Healthinnovations is a publication that has reported on, influenced, and researched current and future innovations in health for the past decade. Michelle has been picked up as an expert writer for Informa publisher’s Clinical Trials community, as well as being listed as a blog source by the world’s leading medical journals, including the acclaimed Nature-Springer journal series. Healthinnovations is currently indexed by the trusted Altmetric and PlumX metrics systems, respectively, as a blog source for published research globally. Most recently the Texas A&M University covered the highly regarded ‘Top 10 Healthinnovations’ series on their site with distinguished Professor Stephen Maren calling the inclusion of himself and his team on the list a reflection of “the hard work and dedication of my students and trainees”. Michelle Petersen’s copy was used in the highly successful marketing campaign for the mega-hit film ‘Jumanji: The Next Level, starring Jack Black, Karen Gilian, Kevin Hart and Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson. Michelle Petersen’s copywriting was part of the film’s coverage by the Republic TV network. Republic TV is the most-watched English language TV channel in India since its inception in 2017. An avid campaigner in the fight against child sex abuse and trafficking, Michelle is a passionate humanist striving for a better quality of life for all humans by helping to provide traction for novel evolutionary technologies and techniques within healthcare.