Everyone can write, but not everyone can call themselves a writer.

So I’m guessing that’s why you are here — because you need a professional copywriter.

Read on to find out more about me and how I can help you.

Always curious

Curiosity is an underrated quality but a crucial aspect of being a copywriter.

Luckily, I am always curious. I want to know the who, what, where, when and how of a situation.

I ask questions. I like to understand.

By understanding a product, business or service, I can produce better work — copy that meets the brief and aligns with your brand.

So expect me to ask questions if we work together.

Global perspective

I’m from the UK, I studied Journalism at university and started my writing career as a newspaper reporter in Chester in the mid-2000s.

But I have since lived and worked in five different countries and travelled across countless more, honing my writing skills along the way.

Today, I’m based in the Austrian Alps, and I work with agencies and independent businesses around the world.

This international experience has (quite literally) broadened my horizons — and it’s made me a better writer as a result.

I might be a British girl at heart, but I bring a global perspective to projects.

Sense of adventure

I like an adventure (I was even interviewed by Freelancer Magazine about it).

If you’re an entrepreneur or an ambitious business leader, then you probably like an adventure too.

But what exactly is an adventure?

It’s an experience of being pushed out of a comfort zone or striving to reach a goal. Much like running a business, which is where I come in.

As a copywriter, I get to support people on their business adventure by creating tone of voice guides, writing compelling copy or drafting brand-aligned content.

After all, life is too short to be boring. Adventures are a much better use of our time.

Now it’s your turn. Get in touch to tell me about your project and get a quote.