Camille Dupont is a journalist based near Bath, United Kingdom. Camille is a journalist/editor/producer with business, strategy and marketing skills. She has experience leading large teams and newsrooms in agile organisations, and reporting on subjects spanning from immigration and issues of diversity in the media to local communities in Covid times and art reviews. I have a proven track-record finding creative solutions to complex problems and developing junior staff empathetically. Always up for challenges and learning new skills, she has worked on projects based on all continents, in six languages. I have produced interviews of and/or interviewed Jameela Jamil, Jack Monroe, Алексей Полухин, Gabriella Battaini-Dragoni, Diana Armfield RA, Edward Mortimer CMG, Anne-Marie Leroy, and more.
Foreign journalists can write in English, thank you very much EU journalists are underrepresented in the British media, it is not a problem of English language barriers
The lantern trail starts with The BFG, giants on the right while the Big Friendly Giant himself will be on the left, alongside a tiny Sophie
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Courtney Pine's voice is calm and warm. I feel privileged to talk to him, and sensing my nervousness, he starts asking me questions about the French jazz scene, my dad's love for the music, and how my own musical culture developed.