"Nonstop imagery is our surround, but when it comes to remembering, the photograph has the deeper bite.... In an era of information overload, the photograph..is like a quotation, or a maxim or proverb." (Susan Sontag: Regarding the Pain of Others 2003)
So - here I am in sunny W2 taking my first steps along the wonderful weblog highway, ably assisted by the experts of the Frontline Club. The crack team consists of Harry alongside Minal and David. Team leader is Graham
Dominique Jackson is a freelance writer & translator with more than 20 years’ experience of the Fourth Estate. She studied Modern & Medieval Languages at Magdalen College, Oxford and trained at Reuters News Agency after graduating.
She worked initially as a Foreign Correspondent, reporting from Latin America, South East Asia and Western Europe, and latterly, as a writer and editor on London’s Fleet Street. She is currently a columnist and blogger for the Mail Online RightMinds Debate project. Read her most recent articles here:
Dominique's work has also appeared in publications as diverse as the Guardian, the Spectator, the Financial Times, Marie Claire, Avenue Magazine, the Times Educational Supplement, the Volkskrant & the South China Morning Post.