I’m a freelance copywriter working from northern England. I’m here to help you with all your writing needs whether you want web copy, blogs, articles or press releases. Just contact me for sharp, effective, creative copy.
From tourist leaflets to email marketing campaigns, I can help provide the missing ingredients that will bring customers to your door. From assistance with editing to creating accessible documents that just read well, I can lend my creativity to whatever is required to help your business prosper.
Let me discuss your business’s character and ethos, and help provide the words that hit the right mark in a voice and tone with which your customers will feel at ease. Contact me to discuss how I can provide words that will work for you.
- Joe Nash, freelance photographer - Peter Boyce, Chairman, Association of British Counties - Chris Dawson, Chairman, Friends of Real Lancashire
For the better part of a decade Rob Hawley and I have collaborated on his 'Jonas Holdsworth' local history articles and his knowledge and insight into the people and places of Yorkshire, Lancashire and the Lake District continues to impress me with every new subject we tackle. Rob responds brilliantly to my photographs and writes copy that exactly complements their mood and character. He's remarkably well informed and can turn his hand to anything in the world of art, heritage and countryside.
Rob has never missed a deadline when working with me. He's totally reliable. He's also brilliant to bounce ideas off!
We asked Rob to create and edit a bi-annual journal for our members. As a creative partner in this, Rob was great to work with. He always hit just the right tone: serious in editorials, humorous in news snippets and celebratory in articles about well-loved people and places. Rob was always full of creative suggestions for how the whole thing could be improved. Several years after he moved on to other jobs, the journal he founded is still going strong!
We commissioned Robert Hawley to write a history of Lancashire specifically for young children. It was thoroughly researched, hugely informative, a pleasure to read and, I must say, very well received.
- Joe Nash, freelance photographer
- Peter Boyce, Chairman, Association of British Counties
- Chris Dawson, Chairman, Friends of Real Lancashire