Niellah Arboine

Niellah Arboine

writer, editor, podcast host and journalistLondon, United Kingdom
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Niellah Arboine

Niellah Arboine

writer, editor, podcast host and journalistLondon, United Kingdom
About me
I'm a writer, editor and panellist. I write about arts and culture, entertainment, beauty, food and travel. My work can be found in gal-dem, Bustle, Guardian, Vogue, Independent, Dazed, ELLE, Vice and Time Out London.
Projects
  • 'My Name is...Niellah' BBC RADIO 4
    'My Name is...Niellah' BBC RADIO 4Niellah Arboine is a young journalist at the start of her career. She wants to know why Black journalists like her are so underrepresented in broadcast and print journalism.
Projects credited in
  • Seeing in Colour: Ace & Tate x gal-dem
    Seeing in Colour: Ace & Tate x gal-demFor AW18, we’ve collaborated with London-based award-winning magazine gal-dem – a young media powerhouse that’s comprised solely of women and non-binary people of colour. Our project, Seeing In Colour, engages with four creative personalities and learns about some of the assumptions they’ve had to face as a result of their skin colour. Together, we hope to broaden perspectives and continue our celebration of diversity in all its forms. Photography: Kez Coo Videography: NXSH Words: gal-dem
  • Gal-Dem // Editorial illustrations
    Gal-Dem // Editorial illustrationsContributing online and in print to illustrate Gal-Dem articles. www.gal-dem.com
  • the gal-hood issue
    the gal-hood issuegal-dem is a magazine (online and in print) where all of the content is produced by women and non-binary people of colour which launched in September 2015. The aim of gal-dem is to open up our take on the world to a wider audience. We want people from all backgrounds to engage with the work we are doing. It’s no secret that the mainstream media doesn’t represent or reflect us, so we are doing it for ourselves. gal-dem was founded by Liv Little who, frustrated with the lack of diversity at Bristo
  • the home issue
    the home issue
  • The Guardian x gal-dem: The secret to… travelling as a person of colour
    The Guardian x gal-dem: The secret to… travelling as a person of colourSurround yourself with wonderful people and wonderful things will happen. gal-dem took over the The Guardian on 11th August 2018 with content only produced or created by womxn of colour. Charlie Brinkhurst-Cuff, gal-dem's Deputy Editor, put it perfectly: "safe to say that this is the first time EVER that a national supplement has produced a publication with this much diversity". As the Lifestyle Editors, Niellah Arboine and I co-wrote 'The secret to… travelling as a person of colour' – read it
  • The Secret Life of Black Beekeepers
    The Secret Life of Black BeekeepersFeature on beekeeper Carol Wright for Gal-Dem Words by Niellah Arboine Photography on 35mm by Lou Jasmine
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Work history
    gal-dem magazine logo
    gal-dem magazine logo
    Editorgal-dem magazine
    London, United KingdomFreelance
Skills
  • Copywriting
  • Journalism
  • Article Writing
  • Content and Media Writing
  • Content Producing
  • Facilitating Workshops
Education
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    BAAberystwyth University
    Aberystwyth, United Kingdom