Copybook News Reporters

Meet the Copybook team of national and international reporters; providing you with the latest news and key events affecting our range of industry sectors. If you think you have an interesting story we should hear about, please contact us and we will review it for publishing.

Copybook Reporters

  • Lucy Boyen

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    Editor and Social Media Manager with Copybook.

  • Madelaine Caudron

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    A freelance writer and researcher, Madelaine spends her days blogging about ancient languages, the history of medicine, and bumblebee conservation. Despite being told she’d never become a journalist by studying Classics, she thought she’d try anyway, and has been writing professionally since 2013. In her free time, she can usually be found travelling, dancing, participating in historical reenactments, and trying to learn as many languages as possible. Madelaine joined Copybook in 2015, and hasn’t looked back, enjoying the chance to write on a range of topics, using research material from recent news.

  • Paul Fiddian

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    Paul is an aviation-specialised writer and photographer who contributes news items to all Copybook’s portals. Born in Kent, he currently lives and works in North Devon. Having graduated from London South Bank University in 2001 with an English degree, he has since built up a wealth of writing, proofreading and copy-editing experience. Besides Copybook, he also frequently contributes to several aviation magazines and has his first complete book due out later this year. Other work includes writing carried out each year for RNAS Yeovilton Air Day and a regular place on the Royal International Air Tattoo’s prestigious photo team (Paul regards this as his holiday!)...

  • Andy Fields

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    Andy is passionate about his family, business and fairness for all. He is the managing director of the Copybook Group but occasionally wishes to inform the world of his opinions, particularly those that effect us as a whole.

  • Kevin Kostiner

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    Kevin Kostiner is Vice President for a technology company in the United States and offers independent consulting services worldwide. He specializes in the design, market development and sale of wireless systems designed to improve and/or create cellular coverage in buildings, venues, stadiums, hospitals and around campus environments. Known as DAS (Distributed Antenna Systems) and Small Cells, Kevin has been at the forefront of these technologies for over 20 years. Kevin lives in Las Vegas, Nevada with his 3 kids and dog named Brayla.

  • Janet Li

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    Based in Hong Kong, I am now a freelance reporter who is responsible for reporting the news for a financial and environmental magazine. I have more than 6 years’ experience on the reporting and editing field. I have finished a data journalism course recently. With more than three years' professional training in Humanities course in HK Baptist University, I am interested in Arts and Culture.

  • Conor Meikleham

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    I am a freelance journalist and photographer currently based in Belfast in Northern Ireland. I began working in journalism with an internship with the Sun Newspaper in Fiji before completing the National Council for the Training of Journalists diploma. Since then I have worked mainly for regional daily and local weekly newspapers and contributed to Copybook and the press photography agency Citizen Side.

  • Emma Murphy

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    Emma is a freelance writer and journalist, based in Hampshire, England. She has a BA (Hons) in Journalism with NCTJ accreditation. Recently she has written for many local papers and magazines as well as national and international news sites.

  • Nino Robertson

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    Nino Robertson grew up in Alicante, Spain, studied Journalism in Glasgow, has a passion for writing and achieved an HND. Despite growing up in a wheelchair, he sees positives in everything, and views writing as a chance to be involved in things he enjoys.

  • Matthew Tranter

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    After graduating with a BA (Hons) in Medical Sciences from the University of Oxford, I moved to London to complete a PhD in Cardiac Pharmacology at Imperial College. I am now a college lecturer in Physiology at Trinity College Oxford.

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