Listicle: Five screen artists with Down’s syndrome

This article was published on Alive magazine’s website on 3 June 2016. The original can be  viewed here. The health and wellbeing magazine and website were produced by myself and 21 of my City University London MA international journalism print pathway colleagues from scratch over the span of 6-7 weeks (additional reporting by other Alive Magazine journalists)…

Listicle: Five exciting ways to exercise in London

This article was published on Alive magazine’s website on 3 June 2016. The original can be  viewed here. The health and wellbeing magazine and website were produced by myself and 21 of my City University London MA international journalism print pathway colleagues from scratch over the span of 6-7 weeks Sometimes exercising, like sitting in an office, can…

Listicle: Busting five common food myths

This article was published on Alive magazine’s website on 3 June 2016 and can be viewed here. The health and wellbeing magazine and website were produced by myself and 21 of my City University London MA international journalism print pathway colleagues from scratch over the span of 6-7 weeks It’s hard to know which news reports are accurate…

Features: Your chicken in reverse: PETA’s latest shocking campaign video

This article was published on Alive magazine’s website on 20 May 2016. The original can be  viewed here. The health and wellbeing magazine and website were produced by myself and 21 of my City University London MA international journalism print pathway colleagues from scratch over the span of 6-7 weeks Animal advocacy group People for the…

Features – A volunteer’s insight into the Good Friday Appeal’s phone rooms

Year after year the Good Friday Appeal has been breaking records in donations it receives and this year was no exception. Since 1931, Victorians and interstate supporters have been dipping into their piggy banks, chequebooks and wallets to donate money to The Royal Children’s Hospital Foundation’s Good Friday Appeal. Last year’s total reached a record-breaking…

Interviews – Melbourne band Humans As Animals

This review was published on the AU review on 30/08/2014 and can be viewed here. Lillian chats with the local and amazingly talented lads/musicians of Humans as Animals. The band have been performing together around Melbourne for six years and are about to release a 4-part epic-funk opera that incorporates a character called Bilack. Their…

Interviews – Post-Opera Company’s artistic director Bernard Leon

This interview was published on the AU on 16/06/2014 and can be viewed here. Lillian chats with local non-profit Post-Opera Company’s artistic director Bernard Leon about his theatre company, their show Faure Project: Fragments of our Hearts, the Australian Opera scene and why opera is an important part of our cultural landscape. Tell us a…

Interviews – Melbourne Singer/Songwriter Shelley Segal

I interviewed local singer/songwriter Shelley Segal about her recently released third studio album, An Easy Escape, her album launch this Friday at the Northcote Social Club, the process of crowd funding the release and about fitting in running her own label True Music, between all her touring and recording. This review was published on the…