I am an enthusiastic multi-skilled digital media graduate with a 1st Class BA (Hons) degree. Exceptionally proficient with all facets of modern and traditional media from web production to journalism, I'm extremely articulate in both verbal and written forms of communication. I also have a vast knowledge of computer skills, programs and languages.

Writing, subbing, proofing, designing (Photoshop etc), coding (HTML, CSS, Javascript etc), social media, SEO, CMS, mailing systems, ad servers...

Head of Web Production | Sep 2008 - Present | Immediate Media Co.
I am responsible for the fulfilment and development of commercial campaigns across a diverse portfolio of websites. My team and I are tasked with producing a number of different products, including microsites, advertorials, emails and competitions, via a variety of different formats and platforms.

Gavin Kelley-Day

Editor | Jul 2011 - Present | Vital Liverpool
I pursue my love of sport and writing via Vital Liverpool - part of popular independent fans network Vital Football. On average I pen around 35 articles per month, including news stories, gossip pieces, live blogs, match previews and reports. Additionally my writing has been published in a number of magazines and fanzines including, most recently, Football 2016 by World Football.

Canterbury Christ Church University | 1st Class BA Hons Degree in Digital Media | Graduated 2006
Modules included media theory, advanced authoring (CD-ROM/DVD), web programming (Dreamweaver, HTML, PHP etc) & media enterprise and management. The course was a mixture of practical, analytical and theoretical and gave me the ability to work with different and diverse media forms whilst better understanding the implications of the work produced.

North West Kent College | Distinction level BTEC National Diploma in Media Studies | Graduated 2003
A traditional media course focused on the mediums of print, television and radio that acted as an ideal gateway into the field. Studies were combined with relevant work experience placements, including at the local branch of the Kent Messenger newspaper.