Born in Malmö, Sweden (and thus a fan of both salty liquorice and strong, black coffee) and based in London (where I've learned to love salt & vinegar crisps), I have written about politics, travel and culture for the past 15 years. Since going freelance in 2010, I've had features, reviews and interviews published in The Guardian, Condé Nast Traveller, Sydsvenskan, Make It Last, and many other places (see my portfolio here).
I have plenty of broadcast experience having worked as a London reporter for Radio Sweden (Transit i P3; P3 Planet; P3 Tro - all produced by Massa Media), and as a freelance researcher on 'Suez: a Very British Crisis', a three-part documentary broadcast 16-30 October 2006 on BBC2 (producer: Peter Molloy; assistant producer: Jo Glanville). In 2017, I launched a podcast called Tomorrow Never Knows with Dr Charlotte Lydia Riley.
Before freelancing, I was the editor of CNTraveller.com 2007-10, and earned a BSME-nomination for my work on Bridesmagazine.co.uk in 2007. I have run several successful social media campaigns, including establishing CNTraveller.com and Cult Beauty on Twitter and Facebook. I'm also an experienced copywriter and picture editor, and I often carry a camera on assignments.
In 2015, I passed my PhD examination at Birkbeck (where I founded and edited The Birkbeck History Research Students' Forum - a community website for the history department's research students) without corrections; you can read more about my research here. I also have a BA (Hons) in Journalism with Contemporary History from Queen Mary, University of London and City University, and an MA in Contemporary History and Politics from Birkbeck, University of London.
Contact me about projects, collaborations, commissions and references via email to emmaelinorlundin @ gmail.com, or on Twitter @emmaelinor