Lucinda is a freelance journalist, specializing in the Middle East. She has written for a host of publications including New internationalist, Times London, the guardian, jadidonline.com, j magazine, traveller magazine and wire magazine.
Prior to her journalistic work, she was a published researcher for think tank and media organisations.
Lucinda holds six years’ higher education, including a National Council for Training of Journalists (NCTJ) Diploma in Magazine Journalism; a Masters in European Social Theory and a First Class BA Hons English and French (both from University of London).
Born and bred in London, UK, she is also fluent in Farsi and French. She is well-travelled and penetrates different societies and cultures with ease.
Lucinda is currently on maternity leave.
Click links below to read articles:
J Magazine (Jazerra Airways) ‘Photo studios in Mashad, Iran’
Traveller ‘Day in the Life of an Iranian Taxi Driver’
J Magazine ‘Isfahan travel guide’ & Iranian taxi driver interview
J Magazine ‘Making Music- the business story of Ramin Sadighi (Hermes records)’
Restaurant reviews – Tehran
Wire Magazine ‘Global Ear’- Tehran: Experimental Iranian music scene (1000 words)