About me

About me

Hi there! My name is Núria Falcó and I’m a journalist, editor and passionate traveller from Barcelona.

I am a bachelor of Journalism graduate from the University of Pompeu Fabra (Barcelona), and also completed a  course in TV Journalism in Denmark.

I’ve spent the last couple of years travelling, volunteering and working online. I’ve visited Japan, India, Myanmar, Sri Lanka; stayed a year in Australia with a Working Holiday Visa, and more than six months in Nepal (in late 2017 and early 2019). There, I joined a British NGO helping street children in a small rural village near the Indian border, creating online content for their website and social media. I wrote articles, took pictures, filmed and edited short videos, and basically gave a hand in their home for street children.

At this moment, I am based in Australia. I’m working in Marketing and Content Creating for St. Julien Tea, a recently born company in Melbourne, I write film reviews for an Australian website and transcribe confidential sessions for psychotherapists from Spain.

For the past two years, I have been working as a Freelance Editor for a publishing company based in Spain. I’ve already edited two books for them, and also directed, designed and edited a magazine for the 25th anniversary of a Secondary School.

In Barcelona, I have two years of experience reporting for a local magazine and co-directing multiple issues. I also completed an internship for the Spanish news agency Agencia Efe, writing articles, chronicles and interviews published in several Spanish media outlets.

Overlooking the Badi Lake in Udaipur, India.

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