|1993/94 - about 3 years spent in Belgrades
small Left Theatre, for which I can provide my diploma for completion of
an acting course.
1994-1996 - journalist in small periodical with Captain
Dragan Foundation, humanity Foundation in Belgrade, translating articles
from English magazines to Serbian for publication in Prozor Magazine.
The Odyssey Of Challenge
Damn That Radio Song
1998 - 6 month season in Greece, working for the US American
Sport and Communication Agency Remark as a childrens animator, entertaining
British and Dutch tourists in luxury hotels in the Greek Islands. As this
was mostly an entertainers job, I had to take a specialised training course
in Belgrade, for which I can provide a copy of the diploma received, together
with references from British families.
1999 - journalist for Belgrades independent Tiker Press
Agency providing the agency with cultural and economic news, including
pieces from the Belgrade International Film Festival. These included reviews
of British and US American films, as well as interviews with Australian
actor Hugo Weaving, British actor/director Andrew Goth and film producer
While with the agency, I also undertook training with
a view to becoming London correspondent, but this was ruled out after the
NATO bombing attacks.
I am currently working freelance, with articles published in British Sunday and daily newspapers and in Woman Abroad magazine, including an article entitled "Bitef Festival-The Curtain is Rising" which can be read at www.womanabroad.com
Other publication credits:
"Bounds Green Campus", in the book "Natures Echoes" in the USA.
"love you" in the coffe table book publication Spring 2002. "Under a Quicksilver Moon".
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