I’m a print and radio journalist based in Stockholm, Sweden and with extensive international experience. I’ve reported on Rastafarians in Israel and Orthodox fashion bloggers in the US, lunch-time ravers in Sweden and gypsy brass bands in Serbia.
I work as a producer and reporter at Sveriges Radio – Sweden’s public service radio – and I’m a correspondent for the UK Jewish Chronicle as well as a freelance writer, contributing to publications around the world.
My writing has appeared in The Times, the Guardian, the Daily Telegraph, and the Independent in the UK; The Wall Street Journal, Slate, the Christian Science Monitor, BuzzFeed, Vice, Tablet Magazine, Jewcy and the Huffington Post in the US; Haaretz and Ynet in Israel, the Hindustan Times in India and the Australian Down Under. In Sweden, my articles have been published by the daily Sydsvenskan, the tabloid Expressen, the news site The Local, magazines Neo, Judisk Krönika, Ordfront and Voltaire, and opinion websites Newsmill and SVT Debatt. For links to my articles, click here.
I’m also a former commissioning editor and international correspondent for Spiked, described by the San Francisco Chronicle as a “sassy, irreverent UK-based online magazine of news and opinion” and by the New York Times as “the often-biting British publication fond of puncturing all manner of ideological balloons”.
While living in London, I founded the Times-sponsored Young Journalists’ Academy, a programme for state school-educated Londoners who want to break into journalism. Click here to read a feature about the YJA in the Guardian.
You can also find me on Twitter @n_rothschild.