MULTIMEDIA JOURNALIST BASED IN TORONTO
Natalie Michie explores topics through an intersectional feminist lens.
She is a regular contributor FASHION Magazine, where she writes about internet trends, fashion news and pop culture.
She is a content writer at Apathy is Boring's Youth Friendly consulting program, where she writes about issues affecting Canadian youth.
She was previously an editorial intern at CHATELAINE, where she worked to produce content that matters to women in Canada.
She was previously a contributor for VICE'S NBGA Magazine, where she wrote about music and trending topics in pop culture.
She was a co-founder and editor at the now archived TRICK Magazine, an online feminist publication for creative storytelling.
She worked as a reporter for Ryerson's school newspaper, The Ryersonian, where she wrote about issues affecting students on campus and in the surrounding downtown Toronto area.
She was the creative editor at Ryerson University's New Wave Magazine, where she worked with a team of editors and writers to produce stories that centred feminist perspectives.
She is skilled in written editorial work, SEO, and visual content creation.
RYERSON SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM
CLASS OF 2021
CO-FOUNDER TRICK MAGAZINE
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