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A young and enthusiastic writer from Manchester that has excellent experience in the field of music journalism. Has worked either on a volunteer or freelance basis for multiple e-media and paper-based companies; be it writing reviews, conducting interviews, or articles of freethinking music/media debate (more quirky and distinct pieces) I have been praised for my article's composition that always aims to be engaging, informative and imaginative, which suits my desire to work for similar companies that cherish a creative mind's sense of personal style. I am a musician; and have big ambitions to succeed as a recording and touring young man. But I also thoroughly enjoy working behind the scenes of either the music, media, or other creative industry in a literary sense as I find it boosts my overall knowledge and confidence; as an employee, or as a person. Inner city environments suit me best as I find it is a near endless stream of inspiration for various artistic outputs and can be used to produce some truly unique and professional pieces of work. I consider myself confident, adaptable, resourceful and above all friendly. Able to work well in a team format or progress individually if needed. It would be a fantastic opportunity for me to meet some new people, go to some new places and absorb some fresh ideas in a area I hope to be involved in during the next step of my highly ambitious future.
This position is only a home-based role on a volunteer basis.
Media or cultural studies enables my mind to be opened regarding theory, fluid writing styles and the intricacies behind the media industry.
Social science was the only topic of choice that didn't require coursework in order to be completed. It was a highly detailed and interesting topic that covered household families, religion and crime.
Film in a similar sense allowed me to understand the connotations behind certain aspects of a film, as well as learning some useful, technical terminology that could become useful in the future.