who we are
A team of international award-winning Creative Journalists
KEN JALLEH JR
A journalist of more than 30 years, Ken's key skills are in writing, editing, design and simplifying complex issues for a broad spectrum of society.
He is founding Editor of two newspapers — The New Paper on Sunday and Streats — and a socio-political magazine styled on the Economist called Lexean.
He began his career in The Straits Times and was in the team that launched The Singapore Monitor and The New Paper, where he has held a variety of senior editing positions. He is also Chief Creative Strategist with SPH Content Lab. Together with Lee Hup Kheng and Kelvin Chan, he is an accredited Associate Lecturer at the Civil Service College and head trainer with STJobs.
Pradip Kumar Sikdar
Pradip brings 25 years of visual design expertise, working with various newspapers and magazines, including The Statesman (India), The News Express (Brunei) and Singapore Press Holdings' The Straits Times, Business Times and The New Paper.
He wins International News Feature Design awards (EPPY) for Rohingya campaign.
He has been Art Director leading a team of designers, and conceptualising visuals on a variety of content.
A rookie journalist, Jeremy's writing career began in the sports sphere, writing for luxury golf titles Golf Vacations and Golf/Women.
Over the last two years, he has undertaken a wide range of assignments such as curating stories, conducting interviews, conceptualising website content and managing social media platforms. He has also worked with numerous luxury brands to deliver content derived from their marketing objectives.
Jeremy is a contributor for Swing, a monthly golf special featured in The Straits Times and The Business Times.
Rachael writes, edits and ideates for a broad spectrum of subjects and clients. She has experience in advertising, online publishing and content marketing. Her articles have appeared in The Straits Times, The New Paper and AsiaOne.
She graduated from the National University of Singapore with a degree in English Literature and Political Science. While there, she co-founded Symbal, the university's official literary publication, and participated in the Singapore Writers Festival.
She is passionate about environmental issues, technology and the arts, and is skilled in breaking down complex issues and policies for readers across all walks of life.