Will Brown is a freelance journalist, researcher and photographer based in London. His main areas of focus are international development, human trafficking and women's rights. 

He has published in a range of outlets including Al Jazeera, The Guardian, VICE News, The Times, The Telegraph, The Spectator, The New Statesman, the New Internationalist, News Deeply and Marie Claire. He has also spoken on Sky News, taught for the British Council and researched a prospective project with the BBC to film the rescue of underage girls in Maharashtra, India.

Will started his journalistic career at 17 when he won a writing competition for The Times newspaper with a blog on youth politics in the Middle East. Since then he has reported from across the UK, Israel and India, where he spent several months researching sex trafficking in Delhi, Kolkata and Mumbai. Will mainly works as a writer and researcher but he is also an accomplished photographer. Al Jazeera selected one of his photos as one of their best in 2016. The same photo also won the Shoot the Frame international portrait award.

He holds a First-Class Degree in History (GPA 4.0) from the University of Manchester. He is accredited by the UK's National Union of Journalists. Currently he is working part-time for The Economist and studying a News Reporting NCTJ at the Press Association. 
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Skills:  Reporting, features, foreign investigations, editing and production, photojournalism, video journalism, mobile journalism, digital storytelling, in-depth research, SEO and social media. 

Will is available for assignments - please get in contact at: 

willbrownjourno@gmail.com / @_Will_Brown