Beccy Rimmer

I am a BLOGGER, WRITER and DIGITAL MARKETER, based in Warwickshire, UK.


BLOGGING & WRITING

I am Director, Founder and Editor of leading UK tattoo blog Inkluded. I single-handedly built and now manage the website on which I now research, write and publish all of the digital content (with occasional guest writers). In 2017, Inkluded was awarded the title of best ‘Arts & Culture’ blog in the UK Blog Awards.

I contribute monthly to Skin Deep, the UK’s best selling tattoo magazine and have written in the past for other international tattoo brands such as Tattoodo and Tattoo Master.

I have acted previously as a consultant for television and radio programmes focusing on tattooing. I often speak to publications and represent the tattoo community through interviews, video blogs or photoshoots.

In 2015, I curated a UK tattoo exhibition in the Midlands. Inked Palette showcased the work of tattoo artists from all around the country for a 3 week period.

In the past I have written non-tattoo features and interviews for online publications such as Fused Magazine and Counteract.


DIGITAL MARKETING

I have just under a decade’s experience in arts and events marketing for UK organisations. My specialisms are relationship management and digital & social media marketing.

I have managed multiple strategies and large teams over the years, for a variety of theatre, music, comedy, educational and outdoor events – details of which are over on LinkedIn.


EDUCATION

The University of Nottingham BA Hons English Studies 2:1.


GET IN TOUCH

EMAIL: beccyrimmer [at] gmail.com

TWITTER: @beccyrimmer

INSTAGRAM: @beccyrimmer

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