Quench is the flagship student culture magazine of Cardiff University. With over 20,000 readers, it is the largest regular student print publication of its kind in Wales, and amongst the biggest in the UK. For more information, the 2017 Electronic Press Kit can be downloaded here.
As Head of Design I led a team of 12 voluntary designers and photographers. Under my guidance Quench was nationally shortlisted for the Best Design category at the 2017 Student Publication Association (SPA) UK conference, and won Best Publication at the 2017 regional SPA Wales conference. As an individual I was nationally shortlisted for Best Photographer at the 2016 SPAs, and my page designs earned first place in the Best Designer category for both 2016 and 2017 at the Cardiff Student Media Awards.
Digital versions of each full issue can be viewed here:
Samples of my written work for Quench can be downloaded here:
Buzz has been around since 1992, delivering diverse entertainment and listings across South Wales. Distributing 25,000 physical copies a month across Cardiff, Newport, Swansea, the Valleys, Gwent and West Glamorgan, as well as the online website, Buzz is the definitive guide to what’s on and happening in art, theatre, music, clubs, fashion and sport.
As a contributing writer and photographer, I have reviewed and shot a number of live musicians at every major venue in Cardiff, including the Motorpoint Arena, Tramshed, and Cardiff University's Great Hall.
Articles can be viewed here:
Voices is the British Council's flagship digital magazine, with almost 2 million unique readers in over 100 nations. The magazine supports the British Council's objective of building connections between countries with articles on a range of global subjects by authors around the world.
As one of the magazine's Digital Editors, I interview and collaborate with world-leading scientists, language teachers, policy experts, and other international professionals.
Recent articles I've worked on include:
- reporting on the languages that will be most important after Brexit
- an interview with the research team tackling the Zika virus in Brazil
- an insight into the famous Eramsus+ exchange programme.