Arabella Bradley
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Arabella Bradley

Freelance Writer + CreativeUnited Kingdom
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Arabella Bradley
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Arabella Bradley

Freelance Writer + CreativeUnited Kingdom
About me
The visual is always at the forefront of the work I do, in both my employment and in my studies. I am someone who thrives in a creative environment, having worked within journalism, fashion retail, and the visual arts sector more widely, whilst studying History of Art at university. Working freelance and as part of an editorial team, I can work confidently on my own and with others, and I am always able to meet tight deadlines. I’m a keen organizer, I always prioritise communication, and work best in a fast-paced environment where I can learn from hands-on, practical experience.
Projects
  • Tegan Whybrow
    Tegan WhybrowI have worked with the Edinburgh-based stylist, Tegan Whybrow, taking photos for her Instagram page (@teganwhybrow) and online portfolio: www.teganwhybrow.com/social-media.
  • ede
    edeAs part of an ongoing collaboration, beginning in May 2020, I have been creating images for social media for the skincare brand ede (@theedestore | theedestore.com).
  • Canvas Issue #8: Absurdity
    Canvas Issue #8: AbsurdityAs Fashion Editor I co-ordinated the editorial shoot, including finding models, locations, and students to loan their works for the shoot. I assisted with the styling and creative direction for the shoot, along with Editor-in-Chief Aisling Ward, and photographed the shoot myself. I also wrote a review of Edinburgh Charity Fashion Show and photographed the show. See the full issue here: https://issuu.com/canvaseca/docs/canvas_absurdity_online
  • Canvas Issue #7: Displacement
    Canvas Issue #7: DisplacementAs Fashion Editor I co-ordinated the editorial shoot, Material Framework, including finding models, photographers, and students to loan their garments for the shoot. I oversaw the styling and creative direction for the shoot, along with Editor-in-Chief Aisling Ward, which featured the work of three 3rd year Costume Design students' work. See the full issue here: https://issuu.com/canvaseca/docs/canvas_-_for_online
  • The List
    The ListMy work has appeared both online and in print issues of the magazine: https://www.list.co.uk/articles/writer:arabella-bradley/ I worked as the Editorial Assistant on the four 2019 Edinburgh Festival issues, printed weekly during the August Edinburgh Festivals. My role primarily involved editing and producing content for the website using the in-house CMS. I also produced copy for the Visual Arts section during this time, including exhibition reviews, and an interview feature with the fashion de
  • Scottish Art News Issue 31
    Scottish Art News Issue 31I was responsible for compiling the diary, which involved writing short overviews of selected exhibitions taking place across Scotland. https://issuu.com/scottishartnews/docs/san31
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Projects credited in
  • Canvas Issue No.8 : Absurdity
    Canvas Issue No.8 : AbsurdityAs Editor-in-Chief I was responsible for leading a team of creative individuals in producing our second issue of the year, Absurdity.
  • Canvas Issue No.7 : Displacement
    Canvas Issue No.7 : DisplacementAs Editor-in-Chief I was responsible for overseeing a team of creative individuals in creating Displacement. The main aim of this issue was to encourage students across disciplines to collaborate and spark discussion. I also led the curatorial team for the exhibition that coincided with the magazine launch. Link to full issue: https://issuu.com/canvaseca/docs/canvas_-_for_online
  • CANVAS Magazine
    CANVAS MagazineCANVAS is a student-run journal, generously supported by the History of Art society and the Edinburgh College of Art. Our first issue was released both online and in print in September 2015. This journal consists of student’s artworks, art-related articles and essays, as well as event information on exhibitions and shows. Students of all years and on all degrees are encouraged to get involved in this journal - whether by submitting work or being part of the team. I have worked with CANVAS ove
Work history
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    Freelance Visual Arts WriterThe Fleming Collection
    Edinburgh, United KingdomFreelance
    I am responsible for producing the diary section of the magazine, which is published biannually. This involves contacting galleries for their exhibition programmes, then writing overviews of the exhibitions and events. I have also written exhibition reviews for the magazine.
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    Freelance Visual Arts WriterThe List
    United KingdomFreelance
    Writing freelance for the Visual Arts section of the magazine, I primarily write exhibition reviews, but also interviews, features, event previews, and copywriting for advertorial clients.
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Skills
  • Writing
  • Editing Copy
  • Styling
  • 35mm Photography
  • Fashion Photography
  • Content Production
  • Microsoft Suite
  • Adobe Photoshop
  • CMS Experience
  • Creative Direction
  • Art Direction
  • Copywriting
Education
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    MA Hons History of ArtEdinburgh University
     - Edinburgh, United Kingdom