|Full name||Emily Payne|
I specialise in news, features and real life, with travel, arts and ents, family, health and women's issues being my primary focuses. Having written for broadsheets, tabloids, magazines, websites and blogs I can comfortably adapt to any readership. I've also edited and written copy for corporate clients, as well as directed, produced and presented video content for a number of publications including the Daily Mail and the Guardian.
|Editorial work||News writing, Features writing, Editing, Sub-editing, Video|
|Media outlets regularly worked for||
Daily Telegraph, Daily Mail, Daily Express, The Sun, Daily Star, British Airways High Life magazine, Yahoo!, Cruise Critic.
|PR writing||Contact me for more information|
|Last updated||15-06-2016 10:44|
I began my career as a diary journalist for the Evening Standard, before writing for the Sun online bizarre column, Sun Woman online and in print, and helping to launch the Sun's diet website. Gaining a strong foundation in web journalism, I went on to write for Mail Online and became acting lifestyle Editor at ITV.com.
Wanting to continue writing for print, I went on to be a joint columnist for the Daily Star's Goss column, where I was responsible for a daily DPS in the paper. Since then, I have honed my travel writing skills and had published travel features in the Guardian, Daily Mail, Daily Express, British Airways High Life magazine and Cruise International. Currently writing travel features, copy writing for corporate clients and shifting at The Sunday Times online (news desk), Mail Online (health and travel) and producing videos for my website Bandromedia.com, I am always looking for a new multimedia opportunity.