This is a post showing my work for the second issue of Smoke Magazine that was released at the end of January. I was quite busy whilst this issue was being put together (see previous posts) but I’m glad that I was able to be around for the final few weeks when it came to lock-down… Read More Smoke Magazine Issue 2: Young Creatives
Ladies and gentlemen, I am very pleased to present to you the new and improved Smoke Magazine for the University of Westminster’s Student Union!
I’m happy to announce that I got the job at Smoke, and I am now officially one half of the creative design team. I am working with a fellow journalism student called Nicky and together we have the monumental task of fully rebranding, designing and creating a 64 page Freshers issue of Westminster’s Smoke Magazine… Read More Smoke rebrand
I thought I would share with you my recent application for a new job as Creative Director for Smoke Magazine, which is the student Magazine for the University Of Westminster. Recently five jobs opened up within the editorial team as the magazine is going through a massive redesign and re-launch in September. The role I… Read More Smoke Magazine
I had the chance to meet the pretty incredible Alena Jascanka for my New Kids on the Block column for Suitcase Magazine online. I think it was the best interview I’ve ever done, but judge for yourselves. Only a year and a half out of her LCF Fashion Journalism degree, she has already shot for Vice,… Read More Alena Jascanka for Suitcase
I’m still massively in shock, but I am the newly appointed Talent Scout for Suitcase magazine! It’s bonkers how I ended up with the role but I am so excited about the prospects that are on the horizon, and I’m also honoured to be representing the young up and coming talent in London today in… Read More Suitcase Magazine’s New Talent Scout
I admit it. I have really neglected my blog over the past few months, but I’m going to get on top of it again as of today! As you can see my blog has had a little makeover today to mark the new year, I prefer being able to see a range of work and… Read More Kirsty in Wonderland