Mia McTigue-Rodriguez

Mia McTigue-Rodriguez

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Mia McTigue-Rodriguez

Mia McTigue-Rodriguez

WriterUnited Kingdom
About me
A London-based writer, marketer and feeder. I'm experienced in working across print and digital, creating engaging copy for brands and organisations. Creating industry-agnostic content, from technology and business to food and lifestyle. Get in touch to discuss how we could work together! Email: miarodriguezwrites@gmail.com ---- M: +44 (0)7855 461 688 ---- LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mia-mctigue-rodriguez-647aa6151/ Underpinned: https://app.underpinned.co/portfolio/MiaRodriguez/2151 Twitter: https://twitter.com/MiaMRod ----
Projects
  • Learning to be the “boss” of myself helped manage toxic self-pressure
    Learning to be the “boss” of myself helped manage toxic self-pressure'Regardless of employment status, we’re sharing our lives with ourselves. It’s the ultimate companionship. We might as well learn to get along.' This piece focuses on guilt, motivation and productivity, with advice for those who are self-employed and struggling to be their own boss.
Projects credited in
  • Potluck Issue 2: Winter's Traditions
    Potluck Issue 2: Winter's TraditionsPotluck is a print and online zine born from a love of food. It shares your stories of cooking, eating and sharing food and all the pleasures and practicalities that come along with it. It’s about togetherness, community and eating delicious things. Our second issue is a 68-page magazine all about Winter's Traditions, exploring the big holiday traditions and personal rituals of a season built on habit, and how 2020 affected those traditions. It's packed full of interesting personal stories, deli
  • Potluck Zine Issue 1: Cooking During Covid
    Potluck Zine Issue 1: Cooking During CovidPotluck is a print and online zine born from a love of food. It shares your stories of cooking, eating and sharing food and all the pleasures and practicalities that come along with it. It’s about togetherness, community and eating delicious things. Our first issue is an 84 page mammoth of a zine, with the theme of "Cooking During Covid" uniting the work. We explore how our routines and experiences with cooking, eating and sharing food were completely turned on their head by the 2020 Coronavirus
  • Mia Rodriquez
    Mia RodriquezShe only broke her curfew on Thursdays. She’d spin these grand excuses for her parents, weaving her way to freedom. To my car. I envied her really, for having people to lie to. People who cared. My weekly ritual involved lip gloss rather than lies. And gloves which I would stroke up to my elbows like my arms belonged to someone else. Someone glamorous. I think her parents grew tired of questioning her motives in the end. Secrets can be easier to swallow than true stories after all. I only wish w
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Work history
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    Junior Marketing ManagerThe 2Y3X Programme
    London, United KingdomPart Time
    Leading marketing campaigns Producing articles Planning and running webinars Overseeing onboarding schedules Growing a community on social media
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    Editorial AssistantD/SRUPTION magazine
    United KingdomFreelance
    -Editorial admin including proofreading, formatting on Wordpress, image sourcing -Researching and producing weekly articles about innovative technology and business models
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Skills
  • Copywriting
  • Sub-editing
  • Brand Storytelling
  • Ad Copywriting
  • Marketing
  • Social Media Management
  • Feature Writing
  • Content and Media Writing
  • Marketing Strategy
  • Social Media Marketing
Education
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    First Class Honours, Creative and Media WritingUniversity of Portsmouth
     - Portsmouth, United Kingdom
    -Completed degree with First Class Honours -Learning about the history of print and digital media, journalism, short stories, poetry, memoir, etc. -Produced a 10,000 dissertation focused on food writing and memory.