Do you really want to delete project eBook: How to hire the best young people?
Do you really want to delete project eBook: How to hire the best people?
Do you really want to delete project Histories for Galet: A touch of civilisation?
Do you really want to delete project How small underwear companies are leading the charge for positive advertising?
I love writing, and it doesn’t really matter in which form. I’ve written product descriptions, flattering letters, eBooks, snappy headlines and poems about dead saints. I can switch easily between tones of voice and different vocabularies. I can move deftly between writing an SEO'd blog of 400 words to a richly detailed history of a fabric. I don’t love writing for its own sake: I’m curious. In fact, I worked briefly with some psychologists who discovered that I score the highest possible on the curiosity scale. I have a broad base of knowledge, and am always keen to learn more. A lot of my experience is in content marketing. I have a number of blogs and eBooks to my name, and am familiar with most of the softwares. But I've written and edited all kinds of texts, and the love for learning and writing is extended easily to any job.
I’ve written pieces about classic shoes, articles about hellraisers, and statements for contemporary artists. I’ve assisted others with their work, too, by helping to find the narrative for a book on lighthouses, dusting down a PhD proposal and bringing out the great parts of poems.
I wrote blogs, eBooks, and other pieces on the peculiar field of recruitment and HR. My writing was liked for its ease, for its stories, and for the levity and clarity that it brought to the usually oblique and confounding world of HR.
I wrote blogs and articles on a wide range of subjects on and around the planet of luxury, ethical fashion, as well as commissioning and editing pieces from other writers. Aside from blogs, I put together sharp product descriptions, wrote a couple of awards submissions and guided one or two branding decisions.