Digital Communications • Events • Copywriter • Photographer • PR • Social Media


I’m guessing you’ve clicked this tab because you need help with getting your story out there?

Are you overrun with copy, content, event organisation, photography or social media requirements.

Need a hand?

Well, you’ve come to the right place – here’s what I can help you with...



As a freelance events director with over twenty five years experience (including online), I’m able to manage your event from concept through to completion. That includes event PR, social media, digital communications, CRM and all show logistics . I’m here to just lend a hand, be part of the team or take over as much of the responsibility as you wish .. you decide.

Oh, and my events conform to all living planet health standards which means no single use plastic. My planet’s health is my top priority. Just saying.




PR strategy and Brand Development

* PR strategy – online, print and broadcast media
* International PR
* Campaigns & projects
* Short term or event based PR
* Fundraising


Media Relations

* Media relationship building and monitoring
* Press interviews
* Editorial press kits and DPK’s
* Press pitches – writing and distribution
* Article placement
* Press conferences


Still Photos

* Full commercial portfolio
* Press shots
* Event diaries
* Daily instagram and social media images


Some PR fun-damentals!
1. Decide on your core PR message and stick to it. You can rename, re-package and reinvigorate that message, but always keep its essence in any of your media dealings. Power is in the clarity 2. Know your ideal customer and write for them. Visualise them, live their life, feel their emotion, know their worries and their joys. What is it they’re looking for in your product or service? Why is your product the solution to their problem? 3. Once you’ve done that, it’s time for a bit of research. What publications are your ideal customers reading? Are they local, national, broadcast, print or online publications? Where are you competitors being featured? Remember, this isn’t about your favourite publication, it’s all about your customer’s favourite publication. Don’t know where to start? Hit google with some of your keywords and find out in which publications they pop up. 4. Furnish yourself with a little knowledge about how best to approach your chosen editors and package and pitch your idea as soon as you can… you can find that information on my free download available when you sign up for my newsletter.


Website Copy

* Blogs, service and product websites
* Social media content – Instagram, Twitter, FB, Pinterest, Google+


Other Publications

* Newsletters, manuals, leaflets, calendars
* social media content
* Ghost writing
* E-books


Shop Fronts and Store Listings

* Etsy, Shopify and own brand shop listings & product descriptions


Sales Literature

* Sales sheets
* Trade show literature


The rudiments of copywriting....
So what exactly is copy? It’s everything from headlines and editorial right through to shop listings and your everyday email subject header. Yep, they all count because they’re all words that let your customer know, like and trust you. The three biggies to remember when you set quill to paper are:-

1. Clarity –  get right to the point.

2. Character –  show your personality, be human, be authentic and make sure your perfect customer can relate to you.

3. Resonance – it’s all in your vibe, so connect with your tribe!

Forget the rest of the world and concentrate on your perfect dream customer. If you try and speak to everyone, you’ll end up speaking to no one.Here’s a few more pointers. Firstly, forget all those hours you spent at school learning  good grammar. I’m here to tell you to let rip. Write like you’re ‘copy-telling’ to your bestie. Yes, you can use slang, colloquialisms and any peculiar references that your ideal customer can relate to and if you want to end your sentence with a preposition, then you go right ahead! One last thing, keep it short, insert those contractions and love your apostrophes. In summary, be bold, be active, be direct, add a liberal helping of objective adjectives and you’ll be well on your way to riding the wave of good fortune.




Still Photos

* Personal branding & headshots
* Full commercial portfolio
(fashion, action, venues,
products & events)
* Press shots
* Marketing images
* Event diaries
* Photoshop design & retouching
* Photographic make-up and styling



* Storefront photos
* Product images
* Social Media visuals
* Bio page headshots

A quick word about brand photography...
Photography is such a powerful medium because it connects you emotionally to your audience in an instant. Is it necessary to use professional photographers? If you need quick product shots for an Etsy shop or website, then I’d think you’re perfectly capable of creating some superb images on your mobile phone and building a fabulous social media following through that. Remember, it’s all about getting the right light, creating a pictorial story that your audience can relate to and ensuring you’ve got the correct angle of your dangle. For bigger projects like venue launches, fashion catalogues or press events then yes, I recommend you get a pro in, someone you trust and whose style fits your own. They’ll be able to give you high resolution RAW digital images that will have better quality than an phone or amateur’s camera so they can be used for print media, posters and banners




* Social media product images
* Event diaries
* Marketing images
*Daily social media photos


Social Networking Brand Building Campaigns

* Creation of online communication strategy
* Blog and social networking community management
* Blog content – copy and visuals
* Social media content creation – visuals, themes and seasonal promotions

More about being social....
Main pointers:- Social media is overwhelming, so give yourself a break. Social media brands are just tools, they can be here today and gone tomorrow – always make your website your priority and adopt an agnostic social media strategy. Your blog should be your primary focus, you own it and all its content. This is not the case for social media. Secondly, I advise you to not attempt the multi social media route. Find one or two platforms where both you and your customers feel comfortable and go for it. If you spread yourself too thinly you’ll splinter your community and dilute your message. Third point. You’re building a business not entering a popularity contest. So what if you’ve three million followers, how many of them are actually converting to sales, driving awareness or building loyalty. Pick one of these goals and attune your message accordingly. Fourth point. Build presence, here’s how in a nutshell:- * Remember your purpose in creating your business and gently nurture that purpose online. * Build gravity. By that I mean, you want your community to gravitate towards you because they’re interested in your content. Never chase them. Focus, entertain, educate and always let your community know how much you appreciate their attention. It’s just plain manners. So in summary, be focussed, be active, be useful, be reliable…. and always share the stage with your community.