The following organisations are a selection of places I have worked. This work is a collaboration of pieces I have created during a range of work experience placements, throughout my degree and as a freelance journalist. Some may invite you to read, listen and watch the previous work I have done. For those that do not, please get in touch for more information.
I do hope you enjoy it and please do not hesitate to get in touch.
Univeristy of West of england
Here is a selection of my work, completed during my English literature and Journalism degree.
The collection involved pieces from a selection of my modules including travel writing and modernity, newsroom practise and feature writing.
Fleur of England
In may 2016, I spent a week at Fleur of England, a luxury lingerie company. My position was social media and marketing intern.
I have put together a selection of the pieces I created whilst working with the Fleur of England team.
Since December 2013, I have contributed to Trip Advisor rating a range of facilities including: hotels, restaurants and attractions.
I enjoy helping the community on Trip Advisor and thrive to give people a good understanding of what somewhere can offer.
During my weeks worth of work experience at Crumbs Magazine, I was able to develop my writing skills and practise everything I had learnt during my degree.
I thoroughly enjoyed using my brain and working with the team discussing all things food.
During my third year of Univeristy, I was the fashion editor of the magazine Westworld.
This position developed my organisation, photography, writing and communication skills.
I really enjoyed this position and am looking to take on any editorial work placements/internships.
Entirely a voluntary led project, Exploration Online features the work of many aspiring travel writers and journalists.
The website draws on all areas of the world, with a focus on all 7 continents.
During my first year of University I worked with Bristol 24/7 once a week. This was a great way for me to explore the city and its news whilst developing my journalism skills.
The team at Bristol 24/7 guided me through every piece and encouraged me to push myself further.
Ujima Radio station
Since graduating, I spent some time with a local radio station in Bristol.
Alongside spending time on air,I was able to develop my editing skills, brainstorm ideas, create podcasts and collect voxpops out on the streets.
It was so nice to meet all the people that put their time into local radio.