Hazel Sheffield is a British multimedia journalist living in London.
Her work can be found at: The Guardian, the Observer, the Telegraph, the Financial Times, The Economist, 1843, the Independent, the Evening Standard, Vice, the BBC, NME, Stylist, The Stool Pigeon, Rookie, The Quietus, Long+Short, the Columbia Journalism Review.
Hazel was the Fulbright Alistair Cooke Scholar at Columbia University, New York, 2011-2012. She graduated with an MS in digital media from the journalism school, where she made a documentary about a record store that was bought by Capital New York (now Politico) and the BBC.
She was the business editor of the Independent until summer 2016, when she left to run a grant-funded reporting project about local economies.
This is an archive of old work. For more information, questions and commissions contact:
e: hazelelizabethsheffield [at] gmail [dot] com