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After my Master’s in English Literature, I began a career in advertising, and then transitioned into the sphere of magazine journalism. After completeing several long- term internships, in the summer of 2015, I took a hiatus to compete in two inter-national triathlons, build content for my website (which is a re-imagining of the woman’s glossy magazine), and begin researching for my PhD. I also spent some time in Paris while doing this to perfect my French, learn about coding, and tutor English on the side. Throughout, I have maintained my blog on the Huffington Post, in which I write about fashion, lifestyle and culture. My ambition is, eventually, to complete a PhD in my chosen field of literature (paramnesia, dreams and the French Surrealists), but I suspect I will not embark on this for a couple of years. I now seek a job that is connected to art and/or fashion, and which preferably involves writing and research,
I was editorial intern - my role included call ins and returns; research for senior editors; assisitng on photoshoots; handling the Sitting Editor's desk for severla days; liasing with PRs; office admin
constantly writing articles for the website; contributing to the ‘Culture and Arts’ section of the magazine; interviewing various subjects from models to musicians and film-makers; proof-reading articles and researching new subject matter to keep website updated; administrative tasks; helping to co-ordinate events.
I am a freelance blogger for the Huffington Post - I write on a variety of topics including fashion,culture and the arts.
Intern at Mother ad agency - pitching ideas; taking part in the production of campaigns; scriptwriting; copywriting; client handling; filiming
Runner up in 2015 Vogue Talent Contest http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/arabella-noortman/frayed-and-confused_b_8183990.html