Jeremiah-Johnson Tayler

Creative Content Generator

Mid Level
London, United Kingdom
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About me

An aspirational and independent creative writer and thinker, based in South East London, seeking opportunities to learn and grow in my craft; well-read, well-spoken and well-presented, I am a believer in the power of ideas and aesthetics who carries my philosophies close to heart and combine my approaches to art as in life.

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  • Painting
  • Philosophy
  • Computer Literacy
  • Arts Journalism
  • Critical Thinking
  • Creative Writing
  • Literary Criticism
  • Poetry
  • Copywriting
  • Sub-editing

Companies I’ve worked with

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    Rooms Magazine

    Work history


    Feature Writer

    Rooms Magazine

    Mar 2011 - May 2015
    • London, United Kingdom
    • Freelance
    • Working as one of the main content generators and main feature writers of the international Rooms: Art uncovered magazine (Not to be mistaken with Rooms, the interior design company which took over our handle following a loss of funding...), it was my responsibility to liaise with artists and their agents, to arrange and conduct interviews, as well as attending private views and music festivals; to write for our quarterly print magazine, as well as generating content for our online publication, in correspondence with thematic briefs and the overall style or motif of our publication, whilst not allowing the nuance of the work itself to escape, through effective writing and self-editing.



    Master of Arts (honours) Creative and Life Writing with Comparative Literature

    Goldsmiths University of London

    Sep 2017
    • London, United Kingdom
    • Combining the discursive practice of literary theory across forms such as the poem, the short story, the novel, etc. as well as specialising more particularly in the work and visual culture of the European Decadence and fin-de-siecle period with creative workshops that have allowed me a greater insight into understanding the relationship between author and readership.


    Bachelor of Arts Second Class Honours, First Division in English Language and Literature with Creati


    Sep 2010 - Jun 2013
    • London, United Kingdom
    • A study of the English language and the effects of rhetoric and syntax through the study of literature, as seen from the various approaches of diaspora, gender theory, post/structuralism, etc. combined with the creative writing aspect of learning the formal and adaptive processes of writing for screen, radio and the page.