Emma Lunn – freelance personal finance journalist
I write about mortgages, insurance, banking, savings, debt, money saving, student finance, communications and utilities. I pride myself in explaining complex subjects in a thought-provoking way.
I work regularly for national newspapers, trade and consumer magazines, and websites.
I embarked on a career in journalism in my mid-20s after completing the NCTJ pre-entry certificate in journalism at Lambeth College in 2002/3. My first job in journalism was as a reporter on the Kent & Sussex Courier.
I edited the Council of Mortgage Lenders annual handbook in 2011 and 2013.
I’m also happy to do PR consultancy and media training to provide both PR companies and their clients with an insight into the world of journalism, what journalists expect, what works as a PR approach and what doesn’t.
I was highly commended in the Freelance category in both 2012 and 2014.
I’ve also written a guide called “25 ways to boost your income” and a book called “The Little Book of Shocking Money Facts”.