Jenny is a journalist with expertise in digital content strategy and an interest in emerging web technologies.
Experience includes being production editor at .net magazine (the international publication for web developer and designers). She was formerly features editor for Food magazine at Salt Media. Jenny started out as a news correspondent for Computer Weekly writing about business IT and consumer technology.
With seven years' experience in the media industry, Jenny has key skills in producing multimedia content, managing deadlines and working across print, online and digital platforms. She also has experience developing and launching new websites (from wireframes to user acceptance testing), project-managing new mobile products (including apps) and running integrated digital advertising campaigns.
After gaining a BA (Hons) in English literature in 2008, Jenny trained at Cardiff University's School of Journalism, completing a postgraduate diploma in magazine journalism studies mid-2009. Throughout this time, she gained a NCTJ Teeline Shorthand 100wpm qualification as well as learning about magazine production and craft (and the buzz of working towards strict print deadlines), interviewing skills, news and features writing, podcasts, blogging, video editing and learning from key industry figures.
Freelance work includes Cotswold Life, South Wales Echo, Western Mail and Buzz magazine, Dork Adore, Tasty Fanzine, RunninginHeels.co.uk, LatestGadgets.co.uk, as well as The Observer and The Guardian Guide.
Jenny is also the editor and founder of Witch Tech, a blog aimed at the online community of female techies and gamers. This blog was shortlisted for a Cosmopolitan Blog Award in 2010 and 2011.
In her spare time, Jenny enjoys creative writing and is a singer-songwriter, playing piano, guitar and singing.