Geoffrey Williams has a story to tell. It’s not about when he wrote music for Michael Jackson, nor is it about when he worked with Dusty Springfield.
It’s about his parents, and what it is to be a part of the Windrush generation.
Read the full article here. Written for the Ballarat Courier.
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I am a Melbourne-based journalist, passionate about human-interest stories and digital innovation in journalism.
I graduated with a Bachelor of Communication (Journalism) (with Distinction) from RMIT in 2018.
I am a freelance writer and audio producer, and also offer copywriting and sub-editing services.
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