Music Team

Philomena Van Huyen

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Email: philomena.vanhuyen@theaustraliatimes.com.au

Welcome to correspond through social media links below or philomena.vanhuyen@theaustraliatimes.com.au for as long as available.

Julian Gasparri

Contributor

Email: julian.gasparri@theaustraliatimes.com.au

Freelance journalist and journalism graduateEditorial/writing experienceInterests: TravelCultureFilmMusicPoetryFiction

Lucas Di Quinzio

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Email: lucas.diquinzio@theaustraliatimes.com.au

Lucas Di Quinzio completed a diploma of professional writing and editing at Box Hill TAFE in 2013. Afterwards, he and two classmates founded The Morning Bell, a literary journal for emerging writers. The Morning Bell has released two issues, maintains a blog and records a bi-weekly podcast.Lucas writes heavily about the entertainment industry, covering movies, music, games and comedy. He has written for a number of websites and magazines, including The Box, YAWP, Novastream, Mildred and Mondo Exploito. There’s even one of his quotes in the German Wikipedia entry about a Ugandan action movie. Earlier this year, Lucas had his debut book, A Day at the Park, published by Overdog Press. A Day at the Park is a twisted parody of children’s picture books that is currently free on Amazon (wink, nudge).

Kristie Donnelly

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Email: kristie.donnelly@theaustraliatimes.com.au

A 23 year old consumed in a life of travel. I first started when I was 19 with the idea and motivation of finding myself in this big, cluttered world. I havent been able to sit down since! Along the way, I have found my passion for photography and writing. Using personal aspiration and emotion with knowledge in a some what, poetic way. As my learning develops, I hope to some day apply all my understanding in a career of photojournalism.

Claire Gordon

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Email: claire.gordon@theaustraliatimes.com.au

Claire is a Scottish writer living in South Australia, having immigrated to Australia in 2006. Claire has a background working in Veterinary Nursing, with certificates in Animal Studies and is currently finishing an undergraduate degree in Psychological Science. Claire has a passion for writing, having written for multiple formats, including magazines and music websites. She currently manages a website, Facebook page and twitter account for a rock band in South Australia, frequently writes for Verse Magazine, a University ran magazine and mentors first year undergraduate students. Claire has a strong interest in animal behaviour and plans to pursue a career in animal behaviour and combine this with her love of writing.

Jason Harris

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Email: jason.harris@theaustraliatimes.com.au

I am a recent Graduate from Edith Cowan University in Perth. I majored in Journalism and did a minor in Public Relations. After a decent break from study it was a bit of a struggle at first, but it was something that I thrived on throughout the journey. From getting to know people from all sorts of backgrounds and ages, to learning about a craft I have a major passion for it was a fantastic last three years.I have a passion for all things music with an interest in many different genres. I greatly look forward to writing about all forms of music for The Australia TImes.

Daniel Jaramillo

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Email: daniel.jaramillo@theaustraliatimes.com.au

After successfully completing a university degree at Sydney Uni, majoring in philosophy and cultural studies Daniel is now pursuing a career in music media. His skills range from research on all things related to popular culture to writing and thinking critically about topics such as news, media, entertainment or sport to ethical and social issues.In the last 10 years Daniel has travelled extensively throughout Australia, Europe and North America and for the past eight months he has applied his skills as a volunteer producer at 2SER 107.3 community radio.

Eugen Bacon

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Email: eugen.bacon@theaustraliatimes.com.au

Eugen M. Bacon studied at Maritime Campus, less than two minutes walk from The Royal Observatory of the Greenwich Meridian. A computer graduate mentally re-engineered into creative writing, Eugen has a PhD in writing. She has published over 100 short stories and creative articles, and has in work a creative non-fiction book and a literary speculative novel. Her short stories are published in journals, magazines & anthologies worldwide. Eugen is editor of MELBOURNE Magazine and sub-editor of FICTION Magazine at The Australia Times.

Mairead Bilton Gough

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Email: mairead@theaustraliatimes.com.au

with a keen interest in writing combined with a passion for music, Mairad was led to studies of a Bachelor (Honours) of Journalism at Monash University. After spending time writing for as many music magazines across the country as possible, as well as a bunch of other arts & culture based publications, Mairad was offered the opportunity to help lead The Australia Times into becoming something incredible. She is also the Deputy Editor-in-Chief.