Freelance features writer & journalist.

areas of interest: music, tech, society, investigations, youth & fringe subcultures

bylines: dazed, the face, huck, vice, mixmag, dj mag, crack, etc 

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Jack Ramage is a freelance journalist and features writer from North Yorkshire, England. He graduated with distinction in MA Multimedia Journalism at Newcastle University.

He is a freelance contributor for DJ Mag, Mixmag, DAZED, CRACK and The Face. He is also a columnist for SCREENSHOT.

As of December 2022, he has started working shifts as a freelance digital news writer for DJ Mag.

During 2022, he worked shifts as a journalist at Euronews, covering technology and culture. He also worked freelance shifts for Woo, a gen-z wellbeing and culture platform backed by ITV.

In 2021 he worked as an editorial assistant and staff writer for SCREENSHOT, which was shortlisted as Editorial Team of the Year at The Drum Awards.

FASHION & BRANDED EDITORIAL

PMFW: Drake and Kendrick Lamar producer Boi-1da talks SS23 collabs and self-care

Boi-1da, the producer behind Drake and Rihanna’s Work as well as Kendrick Lamar’s The Blacker The Berry hails from Jamaica but moved from the sun-soaked beaches to chilly Toronto when he was just three years old. The influence of his homeland has stuck with him ever since, though. Raised on a recipe of dancehall, reggae, R&B and hip-hop, he’s gone on to produce Grammy-winning music. We caught up with Boi-1da after the debut Paris Men’NAHMIAS SS23 collection show — in collaboration with Bacardi’s

CALVIN KLEIN: ‘Murals of Pride’ celebrates defining moments in the queer and trans journey

Calvin Klein’s latest #ProudInMyCalvins campaign is a celebration of LGBTQIA+ journeys LGBTQIA+ representation is fundamental, especially during Pride Month, as it can have a powerful impact in terms of influencing ideas and attitudes towards the community. While putting queer and trans people at the forefront is one way of championing the many voices of the community, it is also crucial for those same voices to be celebrated—not only for who they are today, but for the journey they embarked upo

PMFW: Nahmias: kicking back with the guy behind skate-inspired QR-coded fits

"Fashion and music go hand in hand across the board: from the struggles of an emerging musician or designer — it's all the same process. They're the hardest industries to tap into and get involved in," says Doni Nahmias, designer and founder of high-end streetwear brand NAHMIAS. It's just 24 hours before he launches his collection at Paris Men's Fashion Week and the studio is bustling — full of designers and models, photographers and the media. “There are so many moving pieces,” he remarks over

DOC MARTENS: Dr Martens’ creative director Darren McKoy on staying fresh and finding balance

“The brand is an unstoppable force, we’re in a really great place,” says Darren McKoy of the pop culture-defining Dr Martens. Of course, he’s right: from the punks of London, The Who, and Sex Pistols, to Bella Hadid and Kendall Jenner, the iconic shaped boot and bright yellow stitching have defined generations after generations of fashion and subculture. McKoy – affectionately known as DMac – is the newly appointed Global Creative Director of Dr Martens. He took up the role back in March, having

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Awards

The Drum Awards: Editorial Team of The Year (Shortlist)

University of Leeds: Foundation Award


Qualifications

MA Multimedia Journalism – Newcastle University 

BSc Psychology (Music Psychology) – University of Leeds