Local Dorset Editors

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Luke Graham


Luke has been a journalist since 2015, working for a range of publications including The Sunday Times, CNBC, and London’s leading business newspaper City A.M.

Following a stint in PR as a copywriter, Luke joined Pulford Publicity in 2024 as editor.

Over the course of his career, Luke has written all sorts of news stories and interview profiles, as well as reviews for film, TV, plays and games.

Janine Pulford


A director of Pulford Publicity, Janine has over 20 years experience as an editor. After being made redundant in 2003, she set up a publishing company in Ferndown to ensure the East Dorset community didn’t lose a much-loved local magazine. Now editing two in-house titles a month, Janine has covered some of the most controversial stories in the area and among other achievements she helped save West Moors Library from closure in 2011. Her heart is in her community and writing is in her veins – she has also written six novels.

Marylin Barber


News editor, Marilyn Barber worked for a number of local papers and magazines before joining the Wimborne community magazine in 1989, which subsequently became the Stour and Avon Magazine.

When that publication closed in December 2018, Marilyn was delighted to be offered the position of news editor of Viewpoint and Dorset View.

In her long career Marilyn has covered numerous local news stories, reviewed professional and amateur plays and interviewed stars of stage and screen as well as veterans of both World Wars.

Jecs Davies


Multimedia Journalism student at Bournemouth University and part-time journalist and social media content creator at Pulford Publicity.

Jecs approached Dorset View last year with the aim of improving her own skills as an emerging journalist, but also introducing the team to the world of TikTok.

Since arriving, she has harnessed some amazing opportunities such as attending a college visit from Princess Anne and interviewing singer and actress Paloma Faith.