I spent over five years working for the BBC and various commercial outlets specialising in radio but also writing and blogging. I’m a copywriter as well as a journalist so I produce a wide range of written content and can be hired for anything relating to the written word.
I have written for titles such as Artist & Illustrator, The Anfield Wrap, Bitten, The Guardian, Move Commercial, The Jewish Chronicle, BBC Online, Liverpool Confidential, Earth Times, Arts Professional, Music Rooms as well as various corporate clients looking for some great content on their sites.
As a freelance writer I write about what I’m interested, very often. Fortunately enough this content is fairly broad. I like food (and write my own food blog called Austerity Foodie) and I write for Bitten Magazine. I write about art, contemporary art and behaviour including interviews, features and opinion pieces. I edited a technology magazine called Broadcast World so continue to write extensively about technology. As a lover of film I write features about filmmakers and in 2010 made a BBC documentary about Terence Davies.
Inevitably all this writing feeds into my work as a copywriter. I’m used to writing about various different topics (and being a news journalist often means you know a little about an awful lot). I have been commissioned to write extensively about the arts for Voluntary Arts for a research paper as well as Visit Liverpool and LEP.
My recent features include;
Eat Your Greens, Bitten Magazine
Anfield and the threshold phobia, The Anfield Wrap
On the Snail Trail, Tate Liverpool and Matisse, Visit Liverpool
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