Dominique McMullan is a 30-year-old journalist, writer and content creator from Dublin, Ireland who enjoys writing about herself in the third person for 'about' sections in websites.
For the last four years Dominique has worked as a journalist in The Irish Times. Here she has a weekly fashion column in The Irish Times Magazine; and a weekly beauty column in The Irish Times. She also contributes features, where she writes about culture, social commentary, health and fitness, travel, celebrity interviews and occasionally her 'a bit too' personal life. Dominique has learnt to swim a mile; gone vegan for a month; raved sober at 6am; survived 24 hours on Lambay Island with nothing more than a sheet of tarpaulin and even shopped in Lidl, all fin the pursuit of a good feature. You can read a selection of these articles on this this site.
Dominique also works on the digital features team in The Irish Times, where she spends her time innovating and helping Irish Times content shine online. See: writing funny facebook posts, creating twitter polls and being a bit of a coding nerd.
Dominique occasionally hosts panel discussions, and appears as a guest on on TV and radio, on programmes such as TV3'S Xpose, The Matt Cooper Show and RTE's The Business.
In a previous life, Dominique worked in advertising. She wrote and art directed ads for brands like First Great Western, See Me Scotland, The Scottish Government and Irn Bru. (Double points for what country she was based in during this period) Some of these ads garnered her a few awards such as Rising Creative Star- The Marketing Society; Online Campaign of the Year-The Roses Creative Awards and Pick of the Week- Campaign Magazine; and have been viewed well over 5 million times on Youtube. We apologise in advance for the language.
Dominique also has a BA in graphic design. She loved art school and still enjoys tinkering with visuals both in print and in the digital sphere.
If you want to get in contact with Dominique, you totally should, I'm sure she'd love to hear from you.