Meet our vibrant Voice Team and find out what they do!
Tom is the Editor for Voice, overseeing all content. He's in charge of editorial planning, editing work from Voice Contributors, and commissioning. From a young age he has held a keen interest in politics, media, and technology. To further explore the three and how they intersect, he undertook a degree in politics and a masters in journalism.
Saskia is the Assistant Editor for Voice. She is a contributing author in the 30th-anniversary edition of The Women Writers’ Handbook and runs a blog where she puts her Journalism degree to some use, sharing her thoughts and opinions on current affairs and pop culture. Saskia has an MA in Publishing and studied Creative Writing & Journalism at the University of Roehampton. When she is not tied to her laptop, Saskia enjoys travelling, socialising with her friends, cooking and shopping online for things she doesn’t need.
Amy is a Media Sub-editor for Voice, and is an Illustration graduate from Hereford College of Arts. She’s a passionate creative who enjoys putting out new, fun content to expand minds and start inclusive conversations. She’s an avid podcast listener and novice animator always looking to expand her horizons.
Ash is a Kickstart Journalist for Voice. A graduate of Music Journalism from BIMM Brighton – where he now lives – Ash has been writing about everything creative for the past few years. An avid audiophile, he spends a lot of his time searching streaming platforms, record stores and live shows trying to find his next musical obsession.
Dulcie is a Kickstart Trainee Journalist with Voice. They are a Fine Art graduate, originally from Cardiff, now residing in Glasgow. They love Welsh culture, queer culture, pop culture, and lack of culture. They have a passion for the arts and an even deeper passion for anything that makes the arts more accessible (and frankly, more fun).
Hamish is a Kickstart Trainee Journalist for Voice Magazine, and is a recent English Literature and Creative Writing graduate with a deep passion for anything that grabs him, be it literature, film, video games or world culture. He is always looking to learn something new and tackles each experience with the unshakeable belief that good art can come from anywhere.
Social Media Co-ordinator
Jay is Voice’s Kickstart Social Media Co-oirdinator, and a Filmmaking graduate from Aberystwyth University. They are interested in music, film, animation and art. Specialising in the way each of these can be made more accessible and collaborative through social media.
Email Jay at [email protected].
Molly is the Kickstart Development Assistant for Voice and recently graduated from Nottingham Trent University studying Music Performance. She has a passion for anything music related whether that be performing, listening to music or learning more about the industry itself, music has definitely become a huge factor of her life.
Email Molly at [email protected].
Business and Projects Assistant
Olivia is the Kickstart Business and Projects Assistant at Voice. She is a recent Education Studies graduate from Manchester Metropolitan University. Olivia loves expanding her knowledge in anything and everything. You can find her reading everything in sight or bending over backwards trying new yoga flows.
Bhavesh was a founding editor of Voice as an 18-year-old from Oldham determined to make it in the media world. Over six years he acted as Media Editor and Arts Award Editor alongside achieving a degree in TV & Broadcasting and an MSc in Social Anthropology. He is now working for media companies and is a Voice Associate. Read Bhavesh on Voice
Emrys manages events, projects and partnerships for Upstart and Voice, including leading on creative careers and the Arts Award Alumni programme. His background is in digital and cultural project management and he has several years experience running youth policy projects, especially embedding young people at the heart of organisations.
Diana is the head of Upstart Projects, the charity which runs Voice. She's enjoyed a long career in the arts education world, including developing the Arts Award programme for the Arts Council. Her goal is to create more opportunities for all young people to enjoy the arts and have their say and she believes Voice magazine is the perfect place to make that happen! Find out more about Upstart Projects and read Diana's views here.
Contact Diana about Upstart Projects at [email protected]