London-based 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
Hey, I'm Jack.
I'm a freelance writer, editor and multimedia journalist from Northern England – now based in London. My work focuses heavily on youth culture, fringe subcultures and music – but I have experience covering a number of fields: from fashion to digital culture, technology to politics.
I've produced long-form features for online & print magazines distributed across Europe and North America. I've also written branded editorials for Dr Martens, Paris Men's Fashion Week and Calvin Klein.
How is the cost-of-living crisis hitting UK nightlife?
Her views are echoed by club owners across the country. As the cost-of-living crisis bites, expenses across the board are skyrocketing. While the media has pointed its lens on t
GutterRing is fanning the flames of DIY rave culture
In a warehouse conversion in Tottenham Hale, a collective of ravers are carving out their own narrative, one against the grain of the normative and capitalistic culture that dominates London’s big clubs. Tonight, the Unit58 venue is a safe haven for the expressive, where adventurously-dressed alt kids dance to fragmented hardcore and hard-hitting techno while strobes cut through the air. It feels
Kappa Futur 2022: The Turin festival bounces back better than ever
#SeshTok: How harm reduction creators are promoting drug safety
Love or loathe them, drugs are an undeniable part of youth culture: 15 per cent of all 18 to 24-year-olds in England and Wales report that they have dabbled with drugs. In spite of this, successive governments’ ‘war on drugs’ policies have created a society that stigmatises drug use and shut down vital conversations about harm reduction in the process. But, according to Drug Wise, this approach is like
Inside the world's first living musical instrument
Hwang makes music from living, breathing microorganisms – taking sounds from live yeast and transforming the samples into atmospheric, eerie ambient tracks.
“I had an issue with the institutional bureaucracy of science – the way scientific research had become more about capital and less about curiosity,” Hwang told Euronews Culture.
Meet the man who has dedicated his life to baked beans
It’s the fuel that’s propelled him to stardom. It’s his identity, his brand—from KFC to Burger King, you name it and over the five years of his YouTube career, he’s
SABRINA is the new gen drum 'n' bass DJ dealing in old skool sounds
The zine documenting fox hunt sabotage in Northern England
Behind the Instagram account posting from inside a life-threatening refugee camp
I'm always open for commissions – if you're an editor looking for someone who can produce clean copy to a tight deadline drop me an email.
FASHION & BRANDED EDITORIAL
Legendary Drake and Kendrick Lamar producer Boi-1da talks SS23 collabs and self-care - Woo
Calvin Klein’s ‘Murals of Pride’ celebrates defining moments in the queer and trans journey
PMFW: Nahmias: kicking back with the guy behind skate-inspired QR-coded fits - Woo
Dr Martens’ creative director Darren McKoy on staying fresh and finding balance - Woo
Jack Ramage is a freelance journalist and features writer based in London, 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.
The Drum Awards: Editorial Team of The Year (Shortlist)
University of Leeds: Foundation Award
MA Multimedia Journalism – Newcastle University Journalism School
BSc Psychology (Music Psychology) – University of Leeds