“Freddie’s great nature and work ethic make us feel like he’s part of the team, whether he’s in the studio or working remotely.” — Martin Coyne, Bond & Coyne
“Without a doubt, one of the most talented people I have worked with. What a pleasure.” — Carly Marsh, Sideshow (formerly Brunel University)
“Freddie Harrison—digital native chief, great wordsmith, instinctive marketer and all-round great guy.” — Simon Pride, Harper Adams University (formerly Arts University Bournemouth)
“He writes with clarity and authority on a range of subjects, displaying a deep understanding of his target audience.” — Phil Morris, iCreate Magazine
“He took initial, factual copy which I prepared and transformed it into strong, inspirational wording, delivering to all target markets.” — Kate McStraw, Independent Producer
“More workshops like the one with @helloimfreddie please.” — @Sarah_Spooner
Copywriting, blog content, editorial, microcopy, social media, letters, emails and presentations.
Editorial workflow, brand and style guides, tone of voice, UX research, user journey, information architecture, content templates and communications planning.
My workshops and training sessions help you sound like you and your team sound like your business. I promise they're fun, sometimes funny and always useful.
I write, edit and consult on content strategy for universities, creative agencies, publishers and charities. Recent clients include Arts University Bournemouth, Brunel University London, Bond & Coyne, Imagine Publishing, Pilotlight* and Creative Skillset*.
Previously, I was Web Editor for Arts University Bournemouth, where I worked on their website and launched the CIM award-winning kscope. Before that, I was Features Editor for iCreate Magazine. I got my degree in Multi-Media Journalism from Bournemouth University.
I've co-written a bestselling ebook on iTunes and worked on projects that won awards from HEIST and Creative Bloq, among others.
Got a project you'd like to work with me on, a problem that needs solving or words that need writing? You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.