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Want to learn the tricks of the trade? Packed with essential advice, The Masterclasses are back for all budding travel writers and photographers.

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Sunday, February 2 • 17:00 - 17:45
The travel writers' survival guide

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How best to survive as a travel writer? And what are the real perks of the job? Our panellists will illustrate how everyone does it a little differently. And with so many new platforms and formats to take advantage of, there’s never been a better time to make your words count.

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Jo Fletcher-Cross

Contributing editor, National Geographic Traveller (UK)
Jo is editorial manager at APL Media, editor of Postcards and Travel Trends and contributing editor of National Geographic Traveller (UK). She’s also a stand-up comedian with a particular interest in Eurovision.

Speakers
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Emma Thomson

Freelance travel writer
Emma is an award-winning travel writer who spends most of the year away on assignment covering adventurous, off-the-beaten-track destinations. Commissions have ranged from a world-first unsupported expedition along Namibia's Skeleton Coast to travelling the length of the Silk Road... Read More →
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Adrian Phillips

Managing Director, Bradt Travel Guides
Adrian is managing director of Bradt Travel Guides (the world’s largest independent guidebook publisher), as well as a travel writer and broadcaster who contributes regularly to media including National Geographic Traveller (UK), the BBC and ITV. His recent awards include Consumer... Read More →
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Kash Bhattacharya

Award-winning blogger
 Kash, better known as the BudgetTraveller, was the 2016 National Geographic Traveller (UK) Blogger of the Year. Author of the brand new The Grand Hostels: Luxury Hostels of the World, published by design publisher Gestalten, Kash has revolutionised travel for the stylish, design-led... Read More →


Sunday February 2, 2020 17:00 - 17:45
The University of Westminster, Marylebone Campus, Room MG 28