November 2017 My piece: ‘Contraceptive: That little piece that’s a pain in the ass’ will go live on The Bulb!
August 2017 Work placement opportunity with the Shropshire Star after some successful networking – dates yet to be secured!
June and July 2017 My main focus has been the blog! Working hard to keep it all running smoothly and been doing a massive revamp. My hard work has paid off as the site Twitter has gained 400 followers in just under a week and I’m now publishing three – four posts a week. Including the new running segment Chats with Charlie.
June 2017 Boiler Plate (magazine) spotted the site and asked for two pieces to include in the debut of their London Fashion Magazine! The pieces were written especially for publication: The Dreaded ‘F’ Word and Consent is not Gray-scale: It’s Black and White.
May 2017 After completing a three week unpaid placement at St. George’s Crypt in Leeds, the biggest homeless shelter the city has, my work and passion for their centre has created a working relationship. From September 2017 I will be working as a PR Consultant volunteer for the shelter – creating videos and furthering their connection with the public.
April and May 2017 I have completed a three week placement at True North Productions, one of the UKs biggest TV production companies. During my time there my role was as a researcher for popular Channel 4 series A New Life in the Sun. During my time there I made multiple contacts and contributed to the series to the extent that I left with two glowing references and the possibility of future paid work in the near future.
Throughout 2016 and 2017 I have been a freelance journalist for online news publication Yorkshire Voice, writing content for their website on a weekly basis – most articles are also published on this site also.
During March 2017 I created a homeless short film titled: “Left Out in Leeds” which portrayed to audiences how homelessness is a year long epidemic, not only a problem at christmas time. Within the documentary were homeless individuals, professionals and organisations St. George’s Crypt and Simon On the Streets.