Hello, my name is Freddie. I'm a freelance writer, editor and content strategist. I tell stories, help users and build brands through websites, apps and print.

Need a bit more than that? No problem. Take a look at my services, see some of my work and writing, read about my experience, get in touch or sign up for my newsletter.

Services

Everything I do can be roughly split into two categories — creative and strategy, although they tend work best when they're put together. That's what I love doing the most.

Creative

Copywriting, blog content, editorial, microcopy, social media, letters, emails and presentations.

Strategy

Editorial workflow, brand and style guides, tone of voice, UX research, user journey, information architecture, content templates and communications planning.

Workshops & Training

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.

Selected Work

Coming real soon, I promise!

Writing

Experience

I write, edit and consult on content strategy for universities, agencies, publishers and charities. Recent clients include Arts University Bournemouth, Brunel University London, Bond & Coyne, Imagine Publishing and Pavilion Dance South West.

Previously, I was Web Editor for Arts University Bournemouth, where I worked on their website and launched the multi-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, Creative Bloq and the Chartered Institute of Marketing.

Get in touch

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 hello@freddiewrit.es.

Curious? Or just a a bit nosey? Elsewhere on the internet you'll find me on Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn.

Dan Thomas took my photo. Github hosts this page. Type is set in Merriweather and Open Sans.
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