My Work

I am currently working as a PR consultant for Seven Hills, a new London-based communications consultancy. I have maintained my interest in journalism and in addition to my communications consultancy role, specialise in reporting, research and copywriting and corporate publishing.

I have recently worked as social media co-ordinator for the UK City of Culture 2013 bid and as copywriter for Dorothy Perkins. I have also been involved in the bid process for Sheffield’s World Cup 2018 host city bid in addition to a number of online copywriting roles.

I continue to edit MADE magazine, the next issue of which will be out later this year.

I am also a regular blogger for le cool magazine and The Frontline Club.

For freelance work and additional cuttings please don’t hesitate to email me at nlgreen@live.co.uk.

Recent work:

The Frontline Club:

Little hope for change: Iran, democracy and an international war of words

Lindsey Hilsum on passion and idealism in journalism

The London Word:

London Fashion Week  coverage:

Kinder Aggugini comes out of the shadows

Osman and Ashish s/s 2010 shows

Paul Costelloe kicks of Fashion Week

Observer Review freelance work

05 July 2009 – Chanel by Edmonde Charles-Roux

21 June 2009 – Luca Antara by Martin Edmond

The following are a small selection of news articles I have written throughout my work experience:

The Sunday Telegraph

Front page splash for MPs second jobs investigation

The Scotsman

RBS seeks £40,000 from penniless girl to cover G20 damage

Who needs a holiday…

Susan Boyle is an instant YouTube sensation

Few Councils take up new Chinese higher

Credit Union boost as Scots lose faith in national banks

Nurse struck off after 8 complaints says ruling was unfair

Inquiry as school rugby injuries soar

Case Study: ‘We pleaded with him not to do it’

Sheffield Star

‘Human statues’ flash-mob stunt in Sheffield

Abusive NHS patients face zero-tolerance policy

Plea over lost exotic parrot

Youngsters help spruce up gardens for elderley residents

Renewed appeal for photos of black footballers

Yorkshire Post

Children’s names that have stood the test of time

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