A photo of the author, Freddie Harrison
Photo: Lemonade Pictures

I’m Freddie Harrison. I care about writing that makes the big stuff feel simple, accessible and a little more human.

During the day, I write for two of the UK’s top ten most valuable brands at Sideshow. At night, I co-host Episode Party.

In 2011, I joined iCreate Magazine as their Staff Writer and left as Features Editor. While I was there, I re-launched the magazine’s front section, produced the iCreate Podcast and co-authored the iTunes bestselling iCloud for Beginners ebook.

At the end of 2013, I joined the marketing team at Arts University Bournemouth as they launched their first app. I worked on their launch strategy and Apple featured it on release day. I also worked on the relaunch of their website, leading on content and strategy as web editor.

In 2015, I went freelance and worked for everyone from creative agencies and multi-national charities, to universities and financial advisors. I wrote copy, launched and edited magazines, consulted on UX and content strategy, and launched a podcast. It was super fun, but I’m more than happy to have a permanent work home again.

Clients (past and present)

BT, EE, HSBC, Visa, Investec Asset Management, Sketch, Future Publishing, Bond & Coyne, Harper Adams University, Brunel University London, Creative Skillset, Kingston University, and many others…


I’ve been fortunate enough to get involved in a few award-winning projects over the years. Here are a few of the big wins:

  • 2017 HEIST Awards — Best Use of Innovation
  • 2016 Brand Impact Awards — Education
  • 2016 HEIST Awards — Employer Marketing Initiative
  • 2015 CIM Excellence Awards — Chair’s Grand Prix
  • 2015 CIM Excellence Awards — Innovation
  • 2014 Brand Impact Awards — Best Education Campaign
  • 2014 Heist Awards — Creativity and Innovation
  • 2014 Heist Awards — Best Website


This website proudly runs on WordPress. It looks good because of the wonderful McLuhan theme by Anders Norén. It’s hosted by Gandi. It’s set in Archivo. My portrait was kindly taken by Lemonade Pictures.