CTRL, ALT, DELETE Podcast: Episode 27 with Rosalind Jana
Roz Jana runs the blog Clothes, Cameras and Coffee which she started in 2009 as outlet to express her writing and style – talking literature, body image, fashion and photography. She recently graduated from Oxford University and released her debut book Notes On Being Teenage in June this year. Her work has been featured in publications including The Observer, Evening Standard, Sunday Times Style, Teen Tatler, Grazia, TeenVogue, Vogue.co.uk and Guardian.co.uk.
She won the Vogue Talent Contest for young writers in 2011, and as part of the prize worked for a month as a paid features intern at the magazine. In 2013 Roz was announced as one of the Hospital Club 100 as one of the most innovative creatives working today, in the Publishing and Writing category.
I MEAN, SHE’S INCREDIBLE.
We talk about creative outlets, motivation, the joy of crafting the perfect sentence and why self-expression via clothes is amazing.
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