As I mentioned already, I'm a dungaree-wearing, chai-latte drinking creative. It all started when I travelled from my home in Scotland to the woods of Michigan, USA, to study creative writing at this amazing arts academy.
Now I’ve settled in Bristol, where you can find me pottering around the hundreds of gorgeous independent shops or exploring local markets or falling far too in love with a little cafe.
And, of course, writing.
With experience in copywriting, social media marketing and branding for advertising and direct marketing, I have directed my story-telling and branding skills towards helping independent, ethical and eco-friendly businesses find their space online.
If you’re in need of words, I’ve got you covered. From product descriptions to brochures, from email marketing to blogs, I’ll write engaging copy that fits your business. To me, it’s all about expressing who you are so you connect with your audience in the most honest way.
If you’re in need of a writer for articles, blogs, or research pieces, then please also get in touch. I understand how important a story is and the power of telling one in the right way to grab attention and excite readers.
Maybe you need some reviews for your magazine of shows in the local area? With experience as a reviewer for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, I love crafting a thoughtful and intriguing analysis of any art form, from theatre to music.
To arrange a free 30 minute call to discuss your needs, contact me!
• Two Gold Keys and one Silver Key in the "Scholastic Art and Writing Awards"
• Creative Writing Spirit Award whilst at Interlochen -- "goes to the student whose artistic energy and care for the work of others makes The Writing House a better place"
• Merit Scholarship to attend Interlochen Arts Academy
• Runner up in Bloomsbury's 247 Tales Competition
• EdinburghGuide Reviewer
• Published in The Interlochen Review
• Worked as an editor on the February Issue of the Red Wheelbarrow, a quarterly literary journal at Interlochen
• Published in and worked as an editor for "Moon", a Young Edinburgh Writer's print chapbook