Over the years I have worked for a variety of national newspapers – writing, editing and proofreading thousands of articles. It didn’t take me long to realise that many business could benefit from hiring the services of a professional freelance writer. Nearly everything has a Unique Selling Point, but it’s how you get that point across which makes the crucial difference.
As a journalist and copywriter, I am used to travelling throughout Scotland and the UK, working in places such as Edinburgh, London, Aberdeen and Manchester. With any project, it pays to know as much as possible before putting pen to paper – which is exactly what I set out to do with every client. My background has instilled in me not only the importance of getting the facts right, but making even the most jargon-filled copy a pleasure to read.
I am just as happy creating optimized website content as I am producing brochures, newsletters and reports. Put simply I love the written word – whether it appears on a computer screen or in print. I have both a BA (Hons 2:1) in Politics & History from Stirling University and an MA in Newspaper Journalism from Napier University in Edinburgh. In addition, I am used to working with various different software packages including Microsoft Office, WordPress and Adobe InDesign (CS 5.5).
Primarily working for the likes of The Daily Record and The Scottish Sun, I have built up a reputation as a reliable, professional freelance writer who has never, ever missed a deadline. In the past I have worked with a diverse range of clients including clothing companies, car manufacturers and universities.
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