If you like words, and you like those words to be written for you, I’m your woman. I’m a freelance journalist, currently based in Aarhus Denmark, reporting from all corners of Europe, including Brussels, Ireland, Denmark, the Netherlands, and Romania. Peruse my portfolio for some examples of work.

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CONFESSIONS OF A CAM-GIRL STUDIO

Cam-girls conjure up grainy images of trampy girls that broadcast from STD-ridden bedrooms exploited by cigar-puffing men, body sales in pixel-form. But cam-studios have been revamped, and they’re becoming one of Romania’s biggest industries. It’s a big, open-armed welcome to the new generation of cam-studios. Arriving at Studio 20’s head office location on one of... Continue Reading →

EURO FALLS AS LE PEN RISES

A smiling Marine Le Pen enters through the double doors into an ocean of French flags, waving tirelessly. Greeting supporters and shaking hands, reminiscent of a celebrity, the ‘France First’ candidate follows the gestures of men in suits to take her place on the stage. Le Pen waits, arms spread wide in the air, an... Continue Reading →

THE UNDER-SLUMDOG: INDIA’S POWER QUEST

The ultimate Asian-power shakeup could be on the horizon if India can sustain its current economic path. However, this could be more difficult than expected. Samantha Dixon As the dawn sun rises over the slums of Dharavi, a seething slum in the heart of Mumbai, the noiseless maze of lanes that crawl through the carelessly... Continue Reading →

Terrorists and Tourist Traps

In Brussels, as the Christmas lights twinkle among the sunset of the Christmas markets, the dust settles on the major terrorist attacks of the past eighteen months. Over a year since the Paris attacks, and six months since the Nice attacks, the aftershocks continue to run through the European tourism industry. Owner of several small... Continue Reading →

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