Cristina Brooks lives in London. She is a journalist for various trade publications as well as a political cartoon illustrator and a digital artist.

Professional print and digital journalist experienced in producing business publications for executive readerships, trained in the production of news for online, print features and data analysis, with a strong knowledge of print production processes.

My skills include writing news stories, creating editorial features, sub-editing, website management, copywriting, PDF production, newsletter production, drafting press releases, editing features, research, data journalism, analysis of regulation and court reporting.

Both as a freelancer and a staff journalist, I have produced content on a tremendous range of subjects for B2B publications. Years of asking tough questions give me a keen insight into legal, regulatory, construction, energy and finance sectors.

In my spare time, I’m a volunteer copy editor for investigative journalism non-profit NewsPeeks.

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