Location: London, United Kingdom
Member since: September 2012
Magazine-Junk was an alternative online magazine, focusing on the latest of urban-culture, music, film and poetry. The owners would strive to deliver the latest news, interviews and articles on the above subjects.<br /><br />Cardinal duties for this well-established website were to complete all content-writing and create articles to the utmost level of efficiency, whilst maintaining and abiding to the theme of the website. I would refrain from any cursory material and deliver digestible works to the reader/viewer.
BA (Honours) English Language and Literature
Associateship of the Royal College of Science (ARCS)
Awarded to undergraduates who receive a BSc or MSci degree from a programme within the Royal College of Science. They will normally be sent out to your home address at around the same time as the degree certificate.
Letters from an Island
Rage Magazine was a free urban magazine and the first issue was released the summer of 2006. The magazines print-run increased from 10,000 to 80,000 copies, and was found across Canada and the US. Rage was an edgy street magazine with the size format of 9x10", the magazines content was mainly on music and fashion. The magazine had a column by George Jung and collaborator Melissa Auf der Maur. The magazine was free and driven by advertising and campaigns and at from 2006-2008 had the biggest circulatio