About Me

Jessamy Baldwin is an avid globetrotter and Bristol based freelance writer, journalist and social media manager. She writes about travel, food, health & well-being, history, literature and current affairs among other topics.

She has 7 years international experience in the media/communications industry, as well as a BA in English Literature (2.1) and MA in International Journalism (Distinction). With over 1,000 articles published across 22 mediums (newspapers, magazines, online) her diverse knowledge of this fast-paced and ever-changing industry is second to none.

Having worked in New Zealand as a communications advisor within government relations and as a newspaper columnist, in Malawi as an English teacher, in the Channel Islands as a news reporter and in the UK as a deputy editor in chief and freelance journalist, she has been pushed, challenged and inspired – across 3 continents. She’s also travelled to over 30 countries.

Always on the look-out for her next adventure and the perfect ‘cosmo’, Jessamy’s dream is to keep exploring the world, pen, paper and camera in hand.

Jessamy’s portfolio includes: HOTH blogger, Travel Solutions website, GSYLIFE, Best of Bristol, Black Vanilla, TPA, Nothing in the Rule Book, Litro: Literary Magazine, The Guernsey Press, Blue Skies, Envoyage, I Do, Guru, Le Nurb, Bath Chronicle (Trinity Mirror), Guernsey Now, GBG, Unmapped, Journalism.co.uk, WannabeHacks, Launchpad, LivingLife, Food and Travel, Female First/The Sun/IMDB/Virgin Media/TV Guide and Sunday World via BANG Showbiz, Waikato Regional Council communications.

Follow her daily snaps on Instagram @JessamyBaldwin

See what she’s got to say on Twitter  @jessamy_baldwin

Want to work with Jessamy?

Contact her at jessamy.baldwin@gmail.com

Freelance services offered:

  • journalism – articles, columns, features
  • social media management
  • copywriting
  • reviews (food, books, film)
  • press releases
  • video production management
  • proofreading
  • editing
  • research

2 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Just caught up with your stuff. The Occupation, Dordogne, Agatha Christie and a few more bits to come. Don’t read Dan Brown or the Grauniad. Brain rot results. Drop me a note please.

    The Un-Godfather

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