Developing my writing career has given me ample opportunities to research, invest my time in meaningful projects, and develop my skills across different boundaries of writing. Professionally, I have helped small and medium sized businesses to grow their online presence, developing content for websites, blogs, social media, product descriptions and more.
I have collaborated with a local marketing company to write content for their blog, showcasing local businesses, news and events. I have worked with a bespoke fragrance business to increase traffic to their website, creating product descriptions, articles, and social media copy. I have worked with publishers to generate content for fiction novels, self help and development books, speeches and other marketing copy. I have worked with a national apprenticeship consultancy company to create a whole new website, providing content for their LinkedIn and blog discussing the labour market, post 16 education, and workplace development. I have written and edited content for a NCFE registered Level 2 qualification aimed at businesses who are looking to develop their digital marketing strategies.
My love for learning allows me to continue researching and writing across a broad range of areas, including the projects I work on voluntarily. I have recently created content for a feminist literary magazine, championed by Our Streets Now, A campaign to end public sexual harassment. I am proud to have contributed articles and short stories to their online magazine.
In my personal time, I have worked on the development of two novels and a collection of short stories, allowing me to delve in to extensive research on mental health, gender equality, and the long term impacts of trauma. My personal work is always an ode to nature, and it's incredible powers to heal us. When I am not writing, I am finding time to nourish myself in the outdoors; reading, cycling, gardening, walking the dog, and tree bathing in local nature reserves.
That's enough about me, anyway. Take a look at some of my work.