In the UK, we tend not to bat an eyelid if we see a person taking a selfie - but that's certainly not the case in other parts of the world.
Police in India have said that it's inappropriate for men and women to take selfies together if they're not married. Why? Because of how close they get to each other in order to fit in the photograph.
According to The Debrief, authorities have arrested several groups of people due to their "morally questionable" selfie behaviour.
- Jellyfish UKSocial Media Manager, 2011 - present
- GirlguidingSocial Media Editor, 2006 - 2011
- Car and DrivingStaff Writer, 2005 - 2006
After attaining a degree in Fashion Promotions, I started my career writing in the automotive industry for various print media titles and websites such as Yahoo!
I went on to write online content for Girlguiding, one of the UK’s largest non-profit organisations. I was pivotal in setting up their social media presence as well as implementing their social strategy and activity.
As an Social Media Manager at Jellyfish, I am responsible for identifying opportunities within the digital landscape for clients, managing the implementation and reporting of activity across social platforms and communicating these internally across channels. Social platforms managed include Facebook, Twitter, Google+, YouTube and blogs.
- UCCAFashion Promotions, 2002 - 2005