Intern #4


Intern is a bi-annual independent print publication for and by the creative youth. It is an ongoing debate about internships.

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Go Your Own Way: In a short space of time, Liv Siddall has carved out a very successful, multifaceted career in the creative industries. It hasn’t all been plain sailing as Andrew Bennett finds out, but being determined to do what makes you happy, isn’t a bad tactic either.

Balancing Act: The name of your degree doesn’t have to define your career. We meet Carrie Thompson, studio manager at Soth Studios to see how she came to manage one of the world’s most famous photographers, alongside developing her own practice.

Exodus: Creative industry careers are very popular at the moment, but are those industries doing enough to ensure that people aren’t taking their skills elsewhere out of frustration? Kajsa Asplund examines a very millennial crisis.

Internships: A Foreign Idea in Reykjavík: Iceland is a country that hasn’t bought into the internship model. Instead, teenagers typically get their first jobs around the age of 15 and are financially independent from there on. Svanhildur Gréta Kristjándóttir uncovers how young people forge a path in the land of fire and ice.

A Dirty WordKate Moross has clear ideas about what an internship should be about and making coffee isn’t on the list. Alex Hacillo talks to the Studio Moross team and learns that this tightly run ship needs the right kind of crew, but when it finds them, takes some stopping.

Busy Lizzy: By day co-founder of Neon Gold Records, by night a signed musician in her own right, Lizzy Plapinger of MS MR is a triumph of duality. Henry Lyons investigates how to balance business and creative in the highly competitive music industry.

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