Who

I’m a professional writer with a background in magazines features and travel journalism. I’ve been sending dispatches from the front line of freelance writing for over 15 years.

What

If you need words, I’ve got them. I can write winning articles for your print or digital publication, compose compelling guest posts for your blog, compile engaging editorial content for your website, or write second-to-none stories for your brochure.

Where

I’m based in Chester and regularly cover stories for national publications around Northwest Britain and Wales.

When

If you’ve got a deadline, then I can meet it. Interested? Please get in touch to discuss how I can help. I’m on [email protected] and 07974 390436

Why

I know what makes a good story and understand how to deliver it on time with accuracy and flair.

How

Check out news of my latest projects, click through to my archived portfolio or contact me as below.

Latest Projects

Hanging out with the ‘latte papas’ in Gothenburg, West Sweden

December 16, 2017

My feature about a family-travel trip to West Sweden is in the new issue of Family Traveller magazine — just out [see image at foot of post]. It proved to be the girls’ favourite trip so far but, for me, it also proved to be a thought- provoking one. We spent some time in Gothenburg with … Read more

Oslo street food article for Guardian Travel

December 8, 2017

Forget hygge. The original Nordic lifestyle trend was all about the ultimate comfort food: hotdogs. The Syverkiosken [pictured above] is an Oslo landmark. The low-fi, 12 m sq kiosk located near to Alexander Kiellands Plass, has been serving hotdogs every day since 1979. With prices starting from 20 Krone (£1.90), it’s one of the cheapest … Read more

Guest blog posts for Chester Growth Partnership

December 7, 2017

Chester has some real characters — try Calum [pictured above at cigar shop Turmeaus]. I’ve been helping to uncover some of them recently with a series of guest blog posts for the Chester Growth Partnership. It’s a copywriting job with plenty of journalistic research and a touch of personal blog-post-style experience. Over autumn I’ve interviewed … Read more