Caitlin Randall is a London-based freelance writer. She cut her teeth in journalism in Latin America, working for English-language papers in Lima, Peru and San Jose, Costa Rica and as a stringer for several US publications. She has worked as a staff reporter for Dow Jones News Newswires in New York and Madrid and for Reuters in Madrid and London.
More recently Caitlin has worked as a Visiting Lecturer at Middlesex University in London, teaching professional research skills and the contemporary publishing market for MA candidates and advanced digital journalism at undergraduate level. Previously she taught journalism and nonfiction writing at Roehampton University at both graduate and undergraduate levels.
Caitlin has written about politics, finance, environmental issues, culture and art for publications including: The Wall Street Journal, The Wilson Quarterly, Environmental Finance Magazine, Newsday, The Financial Times, The Miami Herald, Art & Antiques Magazine and Narratively.com
Caitlin received a Master’s degree with distinction in Narrative Nonfiction from City University in London, as MSc from the London School of Economics and a BA with honours from Wellesley College. She is a member of the National Union of Journalists.
She is married to an ex-journalist and has two teenage sons.