Freelance copywriter and journalist. With a passion for all things cultural, I write engaging and entertaining copy, press releases, newsletters, web content and articles. I have excellent research skills and I'm always looking for an interesting project to lend creative words. I also have experience editing both creative work and informative editorial. I create SEO friendly content, can upload content via CMS and write in a tone that reflects brand identity. I am interested in writing about and researching: travel, arts and culture, products, entertainment, and social issues.
- 100 Day of ActivismAfter publishing the book Let's Start A Pussy Riot I wanted to explore what it means to be an activist. Setting up the hashtag #100daysofactivism I blogged a different protest movements from around the world over 100 days, including interviews and submissions. About: This new project, 100 Days of Activism, seeks to inspire the activist that we all have inside of us. We will be looking at activists from across the globe and posting inspirational interviews and stories. We need you to help us - p
- Don't Panic• Pitching ideas on a weekly basis and putting them into practice quickly and efficiently • Writing copy and editorial features that reflected the tone of Don't Panic! to optimise SEO and create web-friendly content • Uploading content via CSM • Writing for other brands, such as Sailor Jerry’s, to create top quality and engaging copy
- Same Teens @ Manchester International FestivalFor MIF09 I co-ordinated a gig for 15-19 year olds at the Manchester Pavilion. Mystery Jets, Tim Burgess (The Charlatans), Esser and Televised Crimewave performed. Alongside the gig was a series of fringe art workshops and exhibitions, documented in the video below. Sarah Maple took over a shop window at the House Of Fraiser, with a performance titled “I’m An Edgy Contemporary Artist”. I organised a talks series with photographer Gavin Watson and musician Tim Burgess, who spoke about getting into the creative industries. I also edited a zine with contributions from performers at the festival.
- Not So PopularSince founding Not So Popular in 2010 we have grown into an arts collective and social enterprise that actively encourage grass roots creativity with contributors based in London, New York, Beijing and Berlin. Manifesto: We are a collective dedicated to providing a platform for young artists and writers. We run clubnights, print zines, hold filmed feminist talks, put on poetry nights, and provide an online platform for all these outlets. We say get involved.
- Let's Start A Pussy RiotThe dialogue so explosively ignited by Nadezhda Tolokonnikova, Maria Alyokhina and Yekaterina Samutsevich continues in the book Let’s Start A Pussy Riot. Exclusively created in collaboration with the group, this publication brings together artists, writers and poets the book explores feminism, LGBT rights, the power of collaboration and the role art plays in activism. the topics of women’s rights, freedom of speech and power of collaboration through the personal voices of Judy Chicago, Yoko Ono, Antony Hegarty, Kim Gordon, and many more. Back in March 2012, when Pussy Riot were first arrested, four women (some of whom run feminist collectives in London) teamed up to put on a fundraiser, and this collaboration turned into ‘Let’s Start a Pussy Riot’. Seeing such strong activism for causes they believe in became a ‘click moment’, and they wanted the chance to support, create and activate responses with as many people as possible. Curated by Emely Neu and edited by Jade French, the book is made in association with Beth Siveyer (Girls Get Busy) and Verity Flecknell (Storm in a Teacup) and will be published by Rough Trade Records with all profits going directly to Pussy Riot.
Projects credited in
- ALHAUS EditorialALHAUS magazine is a platform for our own stories, created by a team of international writers through words and visuals (via both print and digital). We’ve learned through our work on amazing projects that emotional connections elevate a story from good to great; we crystallise those connections within the pages of our in-house publication. Each story within ALHAUS magazine flexes our creative and literary muscles and keeps the curiosity and keenness that characterises our client work sharply ho3
- Business Supports HubIn times of crisis, clarity and accuracy of content is essential to help deliver the trustworthy information people depend on. By creating a one-stop shop for all tourism-related COVID-19 news and resources, Fáilte Ireland could help the sector navigate an unprecedented storm. Today, the COVID-19 Business Support Hub is a comprehensive and well-known support tool for the Irish tourism industry. Regularly updated with fresh content, it receives a high volume of traffic and is regarded as the for1
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- London, United KingdomFreelance
- Ongoing freelance engagement - Create, develop and manage weekly articles on art and design - Manage, write and edit the ‘Focal Point’ interview series with prominent creatives - Curate Creativepool user’s work for the ‘Focal Point’ interview series - Copyedit and proof all website content - Track and report on site metrics - Write and edit all press releases
Content & Community ManagerYPlan
- London, United KingdomFull Time
Responsible for all copy written, across multiple channels including social media, newsletters, branding content, in-app event descriptions and campaigns. I devised and implemented content strategy for 2014/2015. Alongside content management, I also project managed all community events, on and off site, handling finances and budgets for community events, including invoices for venues. Within this capacity I also managed the YPlan street team for all marketing and event purposes.
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- Marketing PR
- Visual Arts
- Event Organisation
- Social Media Management
- Social Media
- Social Media Campaign
- Content and Media Writing
- Copy Writing and Editing
- Copy Seo
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