Founding Editor-in-Chief of Nocturnal
- Publisher (executive decisions on final designs, content and distribution methods)
- Photographer and stylist (devise and deliver editorial stories and lookbook campaigns as lead Creative Director)
- Photography and videography editor (use of Photoshop, Sony Vegas Pro, Final Cut Pro X and more to edit photography and videography)
- Marketing and promotion (developing marketing strategies; copywriting; infographics; social media content and schedules using HootSuite, Facebook for Business, Twitter for Business and Instagram for Business; collecting and interpreting website and social media analytics)
The 411 on Nocturnal
Featured by the BBC, Emma Blake Morsi is the Founding Editor-in-Chief of Nocturnal, a youth-led interactive magazine using the Arts to creatively address social and cultural issues. The biannual publication is a collection of digital stories as an authentic voice for young Creatives to showcase their obsessions and creatively express themselves through the Arts. For her entrepreneurial work with Nocturnal Emma has since been recognised as Rife Magazine’s Top 24 Influential Bristolians Under 24 and Arts Award Voice: Can art change the world winner and nominated for Babbasa’s EMPOWERED Award.
Nocturnal‘s interactive issues use a range of creative practices such as writing, illustrations, photography and film to deliver Millennial insights and showcase upcoming work from young Creatives in the Arts, fashion and music industries.
The publication raise awareness of poignant cultural issues relevant to the Millennial generation, whilst providing career development opportunities to showcase work at a professional level. From biannual issues to varied showcases which reflect the multi-faceted creatives in the Nocturnal community – stay in the know!