Seddons / Graphic Alliance
I worked with Graphic Alliance to help re-brand a West London law firm. They needed strategic copy that complimented their friendly yet professional design for Seddons. Using the findings from workshops with the firm, I delivered copy across a number of assets – indulging a new website, business cards and posters.
You can see GA’s full case study here.
TEVA / Atlantis Healthcare
My latest campaign with behaviour change specialists Atlantis Healthcare helped launch a new ‘cap and app’ system for use with asthma inhalers.
To begin the NHS test bed of the product, TEVA needed a wealth of copy and content writing – including a website accessible to both patients and GPs, video scripts to help explain how the system worked, leave pieces and flyers.
In addition to this project, I’ve worked on a range of materials for Atlantis – editing, referencing and writing for clients including Amgen and Abbvie for therapy areas such as rheumatology and cardiovascular.
Agile Ageing Alliance
I work with the Agile Ageing Alliance to help articulate their work imagining a better future for our ageing populations. In addition to writing monthly editorials on the best innovators and innovations in this space, I co-write and edit their reports and manage their social media.
Our work comes from the cross-border initiatives carried out with the European Commission and Innovate UK.
Creative Skills for Life
CSL is a partner organisation of the Agile Ageing Alliance. Like the AAA, I write monthly editorials on the most creative solutions to helping those with living with life-limiting or long term conditions. I also manage their social media and guest contributors.
Change Partners / POP
Working with POP creative agency, I helped re-brand this Central London recruitment agency. To compliment the new design, the brother/owners needed their strong sense of identify and personality to come across in their web copy.
Cargo Records / The Right Side
Working with The Right Side creative, I helped re-brand this West London record distributor. With a desire to keep the hyperbole to a minimum, the copy had to be tight, simple and appropriate to their music-fan customers.