I’m a freelance writer, editor and publishing manager, with 20 years’ experience in publishing and journalism. I’ve covered lots of subjects in that time, but have a talent for writing lively, useful content for young people, especially on money or tough topics.
I’d particularly like to work with charities, social organisations, and anyone else who wants to change the world for the better! Take a look around the site to find out more about me, or get in touch below if you’d like to work together.
What I do
I’m a former editor of The Push Guides (print/web student series), write The Money Charity’s Student Moneymanual every year, provide digital support and create websites for Action for Children, and am a writer/editor & press officer at Save the Student.
I’m also a member of the Board of Trustees at Carlisle Eden Mind: please visit the site; they do brilliant things to support mental health needs in Cumbria.
What I can do for you
Writing lively copy | Editing | Puns | Reader engagement | Publishing project management | Digital & print publishing | Flatplans & scheduling | Illustration | Video/audio | Photoshop | Photography | Collaboration | Creative hi-jinks
- I’ve played the violin since primary school and have taught myself four other instruments.
- I once won second prize in an international competition to write and record a script for the Zombies, Run! running app.
- I’ve written and illustrated two children’s books and a handful of video stories.
- I’m based in Cumbria, but work with organisations around the UK and the world. Just get in touch if you’d like to see my CV, or connect on LinkedIn.