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Csilla Kulcsar

Social media freelancer

Location icon United Kingdom

Welcome to my portfolio – a bit of everything, stories, features, reviews, tips and tricks.

I’m Csilla, multilingual aspiring journalist, currently living in London. Originally from Romania but with Hungarian roots; I like books, different types of challenges and coffee.

I often think mistakes can be changed with small steps and I firmly believe in a world without social or cultural borders.

I am passionate about people’s life stories and how they impact our future. I also love traveling and understanding different cultures, photography and dogs. I talk a lot and when I get an idea, I usually don’t stop until I put it to practice.

If you would like to get in touch, you can do so by sending an email at [email protected]


Csilla Kulcsar
How to make the most of Venice

Since Venice is one of the most beautiful cities in the world, its beauty has its price. However, you can enjoy everything it has to offer if you plan ahead and budget accordingly.

9 ways to stay creative while working in media | FutureRising

Creativity is one of the things that defines media nowadays and without it, this industry would be a mere flow of information and events. In the digital era of media, you have to stay focused on your targets and make sure you stand out.

Suffering through lenses
Suffering through lenses

A multimedia project on the Nepal Earthquake/ To access the entire project click on the top right corner.

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Vibrant source of inspiration: Malala Yousafzai

Malala Yousafzai: about the systematic nature of gender inequality and bringing about change Women of the World Festival 2014 Speakers: Malala Yousafzai, talk chaired by Southbank Artistic Director, Jude Kelly Malala Yousafzai is a young Pakistani girl, who, by the age of 16, has experienced more than she asked for.

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New documentary explores the truth about Romanians in Britain

The Romanian community's expansion in the UK transcends into a big voice. Csilla Kulcsar meets with two Romanian producers and discusses their upcoming documentary, '13 Shades of Romanian'. It is no longer unfamiliar to anyone that immigration in Britain has been a widely discussed topic. The national newspapers have been battered with negative headlines on...

Suffering through lenses
Suffering through lenses

A multimedia project on the Nepal Earthquake. The world we’re living in is constantly evolving and nature’s force is always something to remember. The evolution of geographic scenery is often touching, however, the problem appears when nature strikes with force. When tsunamis, volcano eruptions and earthquakes conquer and divide, what is there left to be seen as beautiful?

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What's in a cup of coffee?

Today I've decided to write about one of my favourite things in the world. And that, ladies and gentlemen is coffee. I have been in love with this marvellous thing ever since I discovered it, when I was around 15. The beautiful story of coffee starts, of course, way before I delighted my mouth with it.

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