Jerome Whittingham is a professional freelance photographer, writer, podcaster, and digital media producer.
He is commissioned to tell the stories of a wide range of enterprises and organisations. Jerome is equipped to work on location and remotely via the internet.
Photojournalism and event photography, leading to web content, print publications, and exhibition.
Podcasting and Radio
Podcast interviews and panel discussions, audio documentary, and audio drama production. Recording via the internet and on location. Podcasting and community radio production.
News and features, interviews and profiles, press releases and social media content. Remote and on location research and production.
Live tweeting events, web video production, web video streaming, podcast reporting.
And, he’s a bit of a whizz when it comes to WordPress websites – happy to help you get set up, or take your WP to the next level.
“Yes, I can help you with your content marketing needs.”
Areas of expertise and experience
Jerome has a wide interest in enterprise, social issues, culture, and the arts. He regularly reports on topics including: enterprise, social enterprise, the third sector, community development, and arts development and production.
Jerome’s work regularly appears on websites, in print, as exhibitions, and in various broadcast formats.
He’d be very pleased to explore how he can help tell your story. Do get in touch…
Twitter – @photomoments
HULL IS THIS
Jerome is founder and freelance editor of HULL IS THIS, a constructive journalism project for the city of Hull.
HULL IS THIS is a website that shares news of Hull with a positive purpose, to build up communities and people, making the city an even more enjoyable, prosperous, and vibrant place to live, work, and visit. Content is produced by some of the city’s finest freelance writers, filmmakers, photographers, and podcasters.
Jerome is an Associate Artist at Artlink in Hull, and resident photographer for Back To Ours, Arts Council England’s Creative People and Places project.
He has 2 sons, and has lived in Hull since 1994.