As part of the MA Magazine Journalism course at Cardiff University, my dissertation was a pitch for a new magazine for men’s retailer Mr. Porter. Within the pitch I included mockup pages to give an idea of how the publication could look. View on Isuu
I worked as part of the team behind Barbelles, a magazine dedicated to women’s weightlifting. Our work on the publication won us a nomination for BBC Worldwide Best Student Magazine at the Magazine Academy Awards in 2015. Everybody on the team played an active role in producing and editing copy as well as designing the … Barbelles
Last Wednesday marked the Transgender Day of Remembrance. The Hampshire Feminist Collective, which has a number of transgender members, held a candle-lit vigil in Southampton. Sam Howlett reports.
A Wiltshire shopping centre was criticised for allowing pest control experts to shoot pigeons on their property. I went to ask customers there how they felt. As part of BBC Wiltshire’s coverage of the GDP figures released on 25/07/2013, I interviewed the owner of a Swindon café and ice cream parlour. CUE: We’ll get an … Freelance work at BBC Wiltshire
The news that the country has avoided a triple dip recession might not be any immediate comfort to struggling businesses, but here’s one aspirational story about a man who found success despite the economic situation in the country. Oli Christie worked in Swindon for a number of years before using his expertise to start his … BBC Wiltshire – Lee Stone drive time interview with local business [Radio]
Right now, politicians and economists are watching Swindon very closely. If any town is going to show us the way to handle recession, it’s Swindon. With its history of ambition, innovation and productivity – where it leads, many will follow. The economic reality is that Swindon is one of the most successful towns in the … BBC Wiltshire – Vox Pops for Mark O’Donnell [Radio]
Southampton students took part in a student demonstration in London on Wednesday. The National Union of Students organised the march to voice its concerns about the education system and the competition for graduate jobs. Sam Howlett reports.
Adapted for Anchorfan.com Great Britain hasn’t participated in Olympic football for 40 years, the last time Great Britain had any success was 1912. England famously won the world cup on home ground in 1966 and with the Olympics taking part on British soil perhaps this year, football could be coming home once again. Stuart Pearce’s … Olympic football: The countdown begins