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Rhian Boyt

Newspaper Reporter

Location icon Wales

I have always had a great interest in the Media/Entertainment industry and in 2013, I was really happy to receive a Film and Television Studies degree (BA Hons). I continued to enjoy developing many of my interests as a graduate which include publishing, marketing and stardom.
As a Newspaper Reporter, I cover stories within the areas of community news, hard news and entertainment on a weekly basis.
I consider myself to be a down-to-earth person and I love nothing more than to sit in front of my laptop with a coffee and expand my journalistic perspective (which I demonstrate in my film reviews and investigative articles).
Other creative passions I have lie within the areas of Fine Art, photography, fitness, fashion/interior design and travelling.

Portfolio

Film review blog, professional website and University dissertation

Rhi-views
06/15/2014
Rhi-views

A place where I can promote my professional persona and my creativity; from journalistic film reviews, photography all the way to fashion :)

popcornforthoughts
07/26/2015
popcornforthoughts

sharing thoughts on films and TV shows past, present and future

Published Print Articles

Ceredigionherald
Arts and gifts in Aberystwyth

ABERYSTWYTH ARTS CENTRE have once again welcomed back the Winter Craft and Gift Fair, providing great inspiration for those who are looking for gifts and for those who are simply interested in seeing what local businesses offer.

Ceredigionherald
SVP's festive carol service

A HUGE crowd gathered together at a local Christmas Carol Service to celebrate the festive season through singing, mince pies and delicious mulled wine. The lively annual event was organised and hosted by Aberystwyth's Saint Vincent De Paul's society (SVP) in Saint Padarn's Primary School last Friday (Dec 9) in aid of the work of their society in Sudan and South Sudan.

Ceredigionherald
The Cletwr Big Build

AN EXCITING new change is well underway for the people of Machynlleth and the wider area, which will guarantee to brings smiles all round. After establishing in 2011, May 2013 saw the new Cletwr in Tre'r Ddôl spring back to life, with the Siop Cynfelyn and Caffi Cletwr opening their doors to the public and becoming more popular than ever.

Ceredigionherald
Aber Food Surplus encourages sustainability

THERE are many of us that hate to see food go to waste, especially perfectly edible and decent food that no one wants sitting in the bin. Thankfully though, Aberystwyth has the hope of continuously being on the food sustainability rise, courtesy of local organisation 'Aber Food Surplus'.

South Wales Evening Post
06/14/2013
Seafront hotel's fine over licence

A CITY pub has been fined for not owning a TV licence. Magistrates have ordered the Sea Beach Hotel on Oystermouth Road in Swansea to pay a £600 fine, plus a £60 victim surcharge and £180 costs. TV licensing spokeswoman for Wales, Sara Jones, said: "We appreciate these are tough times for businesses.

South Wales Evening Post
06/15/2013
Busy Swansea teen up for an award

A SWANSEA teenager is on the crest of a wave after being shortlisted for a national award. Ainsley Richards, of Thistleboon, Mumbles, has been selected as one of three finalists in the Institute of Welsh Affairs Inspire Wales Awards 2013 for the Welsh Young Achiever of the Year Category.

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