JOURNALISM

2020 - PRESENT

DECENT Magazine | Interview  

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GUAP MAGAZINE | Interview  

Wunmi Bello is a Nigerian born and now London-based fashion influencer and presenter known for her deeply moving interviews that centre around the stories of people who make up young British culture. Bello is the creator and founder of ‘The Wunmi Bello Show’, a youtube interview series initially created as a creative and emotionally catharsis for her.

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GUAP MAGAZINE | Interview  

Founder of VAM STUDIO, Writer and Director; Vincent Martell discusses the importance of authentic storytelling, the representation of Black queer bodies on screen and how young filmmakers need to want to make Hollywood nervous.

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GUAP MAGAZINE | March 2022 Cover Story 

Jasmine Jobson’s first magazine cover for GUAP’s March 2022 Issue. The leading lady of Netflix’s Top Boy discusses season two, loyalty and staying grounded

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GUAP MAGAZINE | Opinion 

British Vogue’s February 2022 issue succeeded in representation but is representation always good when it exotifies and potentially dehumanises the community that it’s trying to “uplift”?

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GUAP MAGAZINE | Opinion 

It’s no longer enough to say our names. Lauren Smith-Fields and Black girls and women deserve justice too.

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GUAP MAGAZINE | Pop Culture News 

The first instalment of the ‘Bring It On,' cheerleading movie franchise was one of the first to call out cultural appropriation and the mistreatment of Black creativity and talent. However, it doesn’t seem that they were practising what they preached behind the scenes.

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GUAP MAGAZINE | Interview  

Saniyya Sidney speaks to GUAP about her portrayal as Venus Williams in Golden Globe Award Winning Motion Picture “King Richard”.

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GUAP MAGAZINE | Opinion  

“We all have the same 24 hours” – Influencer & Creative Director of Pretty Little Thing’s Molly-Mae Hague comes under fire for comments on work ethic.

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GUAP MAGAZINE | Interview  

New Mo(nu)ments is the first solo exhibition by Nigerian-Austrian artist Cameron Ugbodu following their migration to London from Vienna. The artist tells Chelsea Mtada about their journey to creating New Mo(nu)ments and the importance of black art.

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GUAP MAGAZINE | Interview (Partnership with Tommy Hilfiger)  

The Compton Cowboys Are On The World’s Stage With Their Newest Collaboration with Tommy Hilfiger.

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GUAP MAGAZINE | Opinion 

The REAL faces of the #Unibrowmovement are People of Colour.