Introducing: Rife Content Creators

Introducing our newest Content Creators

We are pleased to announce our four new Content Creators as part of The Future is Collective, a programme of work propelling community and climate activism. Over the next few months, our Content Creators, recruited by the Resident Editors will working with the Resident Editors to create engaging, one of a kind, editorial content around the themes of climate and community. We are so excited to work alongside such a talented group of creatives, watch this space!

We are so honoured and excited to be working alongside the brilliant creatives.

Jess Kerubino

Jess Kerubino is an Illustrator and Aspiring Film Producer based in Gloucester and Bristol. She is keen on creating colourful work that is playful and full of movement, often exploring her experiences of being a youth activist in the city. In her spare time Jess enjoys learning about fashion history, writing about film, and playing with AR software.

Kieran Louie

Kieran is a first year Filmmaking Post Production Student based in Bristol. As both a queer man and someone who has experienced mental health issues, Kieran wants to make documentaries that explore the complex factors which effect a person’s ability to progress and recover in a world that can be difficult to navigate. When not editing, you can find him playing the drums or listening to objectively cheesy 2010s pop!

Sophia Oriogun- Williams

Sophia is a creative dabbler. One of their current interests is in theatre and they’ve joined this year’s Made In Bristol at Bristol Old Vic. One heart (part) of Purple Girls Collective, a platform for creation and growth. They’re sweet, cheeky and will be making a podcast with RIFE wooooo!! 💜

Grace Ball

Grace is a graduate from UWE 2021, with a First-Class degree in Creative and Professional Writing, living just north of Bristol. As a writer Grace can turn her hand to all genres, but her passion is script. When she’s not writing you’ll find her at the cinema, playing games on her computer, or on the sofa shouting at the TV. Grace is really excited to be working as a Resident Content Creator at Rife to make new content relevant to young people in and around Bristol whilst developing her skills at the same time.

Find out more about The Future is Collective here.

Support more young people to have their voices heard

Rife is Watershed‘s online magazine created for young people, by young people.

We offer paid internships and publish work by young writers, photographers, illustrators, and filmmakers from all sorts of backgrounds, helping them get into creative careers. Rife has reached over 8,000 young people through our workshops, over 220 young people have made stuff for Rife on topics ranging from mental health to identity to baked beans, and last year, over 200,000 people visited our website.

In these complex and uncertain times hearing from and supporting young people who are advocating for social change and contributing fresh perspectives has never been so important. 

Through supporting Rife you can ensure that this important work continues and that more young people have their voices heard.