Ben Callon

Freelance Copywriter

Mid Level
London, United Kingdom
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About me

A copywriter with over 3 years experience. I've written content for brands including Moss Bros, Amari Supercars, DKNY, Antler Luggage, Hotel Chocolat, Prestat Chocolatiers and a range of boutique hotels. While writing for SoSoGay UK (the UK's leading online LGBT magazine with over 280,000 original page views a month), I contributed a number of journalistic entries alongside press releases and blogs. I am used to adapting my TOV to suit any client's needs and pride myself on being able to create dynamic, engaging content that can hold a reader's attention from the get go.


  • Copywriting
  • Ad Copywriting
  • Brand Tone
  • Feature Writing
  • Journalism
  • Editorial
  • Social Media Management
  • Blog Writing
  • Brand Storytelling
  • Content and Media Writing

Companies I’ve worked with

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    So So Gay

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      Stratton Craig

      Work history



      Stratton Craig

      Sep 2016
      • Bristol, United Kingdom
      • Freelance
      • Freelance copywriter, creating online content for a range of leading clients, including Moss Bros, Amari Supercars, DKNY and Ted Baker. My work with SC has been extremely varied and has helped to sharpen the senses when adapting my TOV to meet any client's needs. My online content for Moss Bros was so well received that they used one of my pitches as their nationwide Winter 2016/2017 tagline both online and in-store (''Turn Heads This Season''). I am quick to grasp a client's branding story and to create content that both supports and uplifts this.



      So So Gay

      Dec 2013 - Apr 2016
      • United Kingdom
      • Freelance
      • As a features writer for So So Gay, I worked in the travel/leisure department, but frequently contributed opinion pieces and fashion/food press releases. My content was youthful, witty and engaging, ensuring that SSG's vibrant and versatile audience was entertained from the first sentence. I utilised SEO in this position and unique page views came in at about 280,000 a month.