Here’s some experience I have done in my media career thus far with media organisations and companies which you can view some of my work by clicking the links below:
As a journalist, I am constantly looking to get my work published on a variety of different platforms whether that would be online or print media. Over the last four years, my work has been published for a number of publications, both national and international.
Working closely with the publications I have worked with, they have provided me with various challenges in terms of written and presentational styles. This has helped me ground myself in the work that I currently produce as a professional journalist.
I am always willing to write and produce content in my areas of interest (motor racing, politics, hyperlocal news, sport, data), as well as branching myself outside of my specialist journalism areas. Any content I produce will fit into the style the client sets for me to achieve and produce within a set time frame.
Here’s a few links of my work being published on different digital newspaper/magazine websites which you can check out here:
This page will be constantly updated with other links of my work that you can view here, with other websites I have produced content for selected clients.
Most of my work in my three years of doing New Media has been done in CodePen for my second and third year at Birmingham City University. Here’s my third year project that I have done for one of my final modules on my degree, which also has an article if you click on the picture below.
If you want to see more of the work I have done in New Media on my CodePen profile, then click onto the link below to see my portfolio.
Data Journalism and Tableau
Over the past couple of years, I have been interested in using data journalism tools such as Tableau, R and SQL to create data visualisations and dashboards that make an impact and help make sense of the stories I am telling through data.
You can view my Tableau Public profile, and feel free to have a look at some of the dashboards I have created below.
Whilst a majority of my content is visual through my data visualisations I generate in Tableau and R, as well as pictures being captured off my iPhone, I am also prominent with using video to add depth to my work.
Most recently, I have been doing some YouTube videos to do with Tableau Tips such as diverging bar charts and gantt charts. That’s not all, I also capture video to give my stories a “multimedia” feel to it whether that is a protest or a local event taking place in the UK, I will be there with my iPhone to capture the moment as of when it happens.
Here’s some of my video portfolio below: