I’m Sue Vincent-Jones an experienced journalist, editor, copywriter, and communications specialist – with a passion to put diversity and inclusion at the heart of everything I do.
Writing as Mrs SVJ, I blog about all things Barry, and beyond, through the eyes of a, queer and quirky, local girl done good.
My diverse, and deep-reaching platform, includes comment and opinion, critiques and reviews, news and social action stories, advertorial and features – all written with an authenticity that sees me recognised as a credible voice of the communities I serve.
An award-winning queer activist, dedicated community supporter and passionate arts lover, I am also, a founding member of LGBTQymru. Chair of #TheGlovesAreOn Charity, Media Lead for Cadstock Music Festival.
And a strong supporter of the Vale’s Stand Up to Racism Group . I recently lectured to University students globally on the importance of active allyship to the #BlackLivesMatter cause.
I specialise in writing clear, compelling copy that completely captures the target audience’s attention.
And I then use my extensive communications skills to publicise this content through a wide range of channels.
I enjoy working with them to write their own compelling story, and then see this shared straight to the right, relevant, readers.
This includes editing, proofing, copy writing, copy editing, strategic communications planning, digital delivery work and social media stuff.
More than happy to meet for a virtual chat over the trusty Zoom or the old favourite Facetime.
Keen to catch up in person too.
It’ll only cost you a coffee.
Sue Vincent-Jones, writing as Mrs SVJ, is a Barry born journalist, editor, and communications specialist. She blogs about Barry – and her life in the wider world, through the eyes of a, quirky and queer, local girl done good.
An award-winning queer activist, dedicated community supporter and passionate arts lover, Mrs SVJ is a founding member of LGBTQymru. #TheGlovesAreOn Charity Chair, Media Lead for Cadstock Music Festival. And a strong supporter of the Vale’s Stand Up to Racism Group.
Mrs SVJ, Barry’s Boldest Blogger, can be contacted here.