Sebastian Jordahn

Editorial Intern

  • LocationLondon, United Kingdom



  • Events
  • Marketing PR
  • Art Direction
  • Administration
  • Excel
  • Office
  • Photoshop
  • Powerpoint
  • Creative Writing
  • Client and Stakeholder Relationship Building
  • Editing Proofreading
  • Organisation Planning
  • Photoshoot Planning Styling
  • Trend Forecasting and Research
  • Language Other Than English: Danish

Work history


Editorial Assistant

Wallpaper* Magazine

Feb 2015
  • I am largely in charge of the research and writing of the online content of the Lifestyle section. Additionally I work on the content for the front of book of every issue. I have a firm grasp of trends and developments within the world of design, fashion and beauty. Furthermore, my responsibilities at Wallpaper* include: administration work, liaising with clients and design studios, managing call-ins of products for editorial use, arranging couriers to different global destinations, CSM content uploading and editing, sourcing imagery, answering phones, managing press material, fact checking, writing credits etc.


Freelance Writer

Kopenhagen Art Institute

Nov 2014
  • After a successful internship period I was taken on as a freelance writer, where I produce interviews and features on Danish art at home and abroad.


Editorial Assistant

Kopenhagen Art Institute

Apr 2015 - Nov 2014
  • Assisting the editorial team with feature writing, research, uploading of images and articles onto the magazine’s website, liaising with galleries, attending exhibition openings. I Assisted during Copenhagen Art Week, with research and photographing events. I frequently contributed to the magazine’s content: Interviews with artists such as Keith Tyson, Rose English, Niels Bonde. I wrote the weekly column ‘3 picks’ and the article ‘Top 5 artists to follow on Instagram”



International Baccalaureate

Stockholm International School

Apr 2015 - Apr 2015


    History and Philosophy of Art

    University of Kent

    Aug 2011 - Jun 2014
    • Awarded a 2.1