Meet The Team

Jason White, 22- Editor.

I’m currently a fourth year student studying Journalism. Although, it is only my second year at the University having moved over from Ireland last year. I’ve studied Journalism for 5 years, having taken a HND and an A level in the area before.

As a massive sports fan it is a dream of mine to work alongside sport in the media and this is what I hope to do after my degree, however production is also a keen interest of mine due to my experience working with radio and from having my own weekly radio music show 2 years ago.

I’ve also had work published in newspapers back home in Derry, although most of them have been about sports or match previews and reviews.

Currently living in the middle of Stirling my aim for this page is to bring all the news from ‘Scotland’s heart’ and beyond right to your doorstep.


Ryan Louch, 24- Designer.

I am a fourth year digital media student at the University of Stirling with a passion for journalism.

Journalism has been a driving force throughout my time at University and it’s a sector that I want to gain a career in after my studies. My degree has also taught me how to write and film for news and publications as well as being able to use editing software.

My main interests are music and fashion and I hope to go into this specific part of journalism after my studies. My hobbies include tweeting about female pop stars, attending as many gigs as I can and occasionally playing my Nintendo Switch.

In terms of writing for The Monument Post, I’m hoping to gain more experience with writing in general and finding interesting stories to cover while keeping you informed of all the news and events from your area and beyond.


Natasha Cameron, 21- Reporter.

I am a fourth year Digital Media Student at the University of Stirling.

As this is my fifth year in higher education I’ve accumulated a wealth of knowledge regarding the Media industry and all that it encompasses. I’ve worked on a large variety of projects, from documentaries to radio shows, to running social media based professional accounts. I am hoping to be able to bring all of my expertise into The Monument Post and I hope to deliver quality news to you, the reader.

I have studied Journalism from many angles, including; social media, law and government, radio and video. I believe that this makes me a valuable member of our team here at The Monument Post and it enables me to ensure that all of our news is relevant to our readers. Please enjoy our articles and feel free to get in touch!


Craig Stewart,24- Reporter.

I’m a student journalist at the University of Stirling from Dollar, Scotland. My expertise is spread across journalism, social media, public relations and marketing.

I have worked at the Glasgow European Championships in 2018 for the Championship News Service (CNS) covering the track cycling at the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome. I have also volunteered at the 2014 Gleneagles Ryder Cup.

I currently work at Muckhart Golf Club as an Operations Assistant and Social Media Administrator. I have experience in marketing as a Student Brand Ambassador for Amazon and have ran multiple social media campaigns for marketing company, Seed. I’m an avid football supporter and enjoy watching almost all sports. I love to travel and take in different cultures as well as socialising with friends and family.

I am passionate about producing captivating and informative multimedia news from national to localised stories on topics across the board.


Huihua Nui, 24 years old- International reporter.

I’m currently a fourth year Journalism student at the University of Stirling and a reporter for The Monument Post where I cover mostly international affairs and politics.

I have experience in the field from my time at Weber Shandwick (Beijing) and Hunan Broadcasting System and over the last 2 years they have taught me how to clearly structure digital media and how it works as well as learning how to write a good news story.

I am a proud LGBT supporter and have been for years and I love to go travelling to broaden my horizons and experience different cultures and different people. If I’m not writing a story in the office or out on the field you can often find me listening to jazz music as a way to relax and unwind.

Coming from China, I benefit from my mother language culture, which I believe makes my international reporting the best on the field and makes me stand out as a reporter as I can get more resources and analyse international affairs with different angles.


Samantha Barr, 21 -Reporter.

I’m a media student at Stirling University and freelance live music photographer from Glasgow.

During my studies I’ve worked on 30+ projects including directing documentary and fictional films, creating live event coverage, websites, apps and blogs, hosting podcasts and live radio shows, curating photoshoots, holding interviews and having the occasional fight with Adobe Creative Cloud.

When not at University, I can be found in the gorgeous SSE Hydro (it’s my work so I’m allowed to be bias) or in one of my home cities many, many live music venues.

Even when I’m not shooting in the stage’s pit on behalf of publications like The Skinny, with a neon press pass stuck to my thigh and my beloved Canon DSLR in hand, I’m still somewhere under the star covered ceiling and fluorescent glow of Barrowlands or in one of the cities other iconic venues.


Alison Williamson,22- Reporter.

I am a fourth year Journalism student at the University of Stirling and have grown up in the local area. I love the small city atmosphere that Stirling brings and my hope for the web page is to bring a little piece of that to our readers.

In school, I had a passion for creative writing and would produce many shorter pieces in a quick succession. It was because of this I chose to study Journalism. I enjoy the fast-paced, pressured environment of meeting deadlines.

My interest began in the sport and music side of the industry, however after studying Magazine Journalism, I have shifted my focus back to the more creative side of the job, which I hope I can use in my writing for The Monument Post.

Using this more creative side I hope my pieces can add some colour and bring my writing to life for the reader while providing that much needed insight as well.