Hannah Ray is head of social strategy and storytelling at Condé Nast International. She'll be speaking at the 41st FIPP World Congress, taking place from 9-11 October in London.
Hannah Ray (née Waldram) is a creative producer and visual storyteller. A journalist by training, she specialises in creating and producing short-form online story experiences. Her passion is finding new ways of telling stories to connect people.
Hannah joined Condé Nast International as head of social strategy and storytelling for Vogue International, having worked on Instagram’s flagship editorial team from 2013-2016, where she was Instagram’s first international hire, launching six international Instagram accounts and Instagram Stories.
At Condé Nast she works on production of content as well as strategy for eleven Vogue international Instagram accounts, and creating new global editorial strategies to elevate the Vogue international presence on visual platforms.
Before Instagram, Hannah worked at the Guardian for four years in the newsroom, experimenting with new media to engage audiences. She continues to work as a freelance community consultant and Instagram editorial producer for various clients including the Tate and BBC. She has provided workshops and training on building online communities, and invited to speak at conferences on short-form storytelling for social media, including the Digital Journalism World Summit, 2017.
Hannah will speak at the 41st FIPP World Congress, 9-11 October 2017 in London, the UK. Meet her there.
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