I’m a 22-year-old First Class Journalism graduate from University College Falmouth 2009-2012, originally from Newark, Nottinghamshire.
I created this blog as part of my university course to upload any work that I do over my three years of study, to discuss my work experiences and to showcase any other Journalism-related work that I do in my free time, including both personal work and work written for certain publications.
At university, I contributed news and features to UCF’s student newspaper, Flex, helped to create, write for and edit an arts journal titled Dais in my first year, and also helped to run the social media and website for a university website, Front Page Falmouth, as Social Media Manager.
I have had work experience at my local newspaper, Newark Advertiser, where I went reported alongside a photographer and had a series of articles published over two weeks, and also at a copy-writing agency, Stranger Collective, based in Penryn, Cornwall who I still do the occasional paid work for, helping to upload content to Coca Cola’s Live Positively Collective.
My main interest lies with film journalism though, which I contribute/have contributed to Rushes – UCF’s film website, Lost In The Multiplex – a film blog for news and reviews, BritScene – an American website about UK entertainment available in the US, and HeyUGuys – one of the UK’ biggest film blogs, and I contribute to Yahoo! Movies, MTV Sticky, and have also had a selection of film homepages published on Total Film.
Have a look at my CV for more information and contact details.