we are always looking for people interested in writing for us. Although we may approach some people, we always want to hear from anyone who has something they want to say, helping us to achieve our goal of becoming a genuine, community run online magazine.

Here at Toneagraphy online

 we are always looking for people interested in writing for us. Although we may approach some people, we always want to hear from anyone who has something they want to say, helping us to achieve our goal of becoming a genuine, community run online magazine.
We want to hear from all of you, whether you’re a cosplayer, a model, an actor, a photographer, an artist, a videographer, a gamer, a streamer, a prop maker, or maybe you just feel you have something to say. Anyone and everyone is welcome, no matter your age, creed, lifestyle or beliefs.

So, what could you write about? 

I think the simple answer is anything you feel passionate about. Something that matters to you, something you enjoy, something that made you cry with laughter or a trip that was too incredible not to share.
As well as this, tutorials are always wanted and appreciated. A step by step process to help and benefit others, so long as you don’t mind sharing your secrets of course!

At the end of the day, the subjects you could write about are endless. We are part of a community that is so full of multi-talented people waiting to be heard, and we want to hear you.
Whilst we appreciate there are many sites you can share you creativity on, we aim to make this a safe place that promotes contructive criticism, but does not tolerate bullying, belittling, shaming or trolling of any sort.

So go ahead, you can email us at checkthisout@toneagraphy.org.uk.

Here, we are a community. We support and promote each other, working on collaborations and projects with so many talented people who don’t get to be heard. Toneography can help you be the best you can be, and really excel in your passion or field of choice.

We look forward to your message

Photograph by Toneagraphy of Mo Gallagher at Kupocon Signing his book 

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