Iterate UK are a product design agency who work with clients to resolve problems. I wrote a post for Iterate on the ‘4 Rs‘ – a process designed to boost creativity! Advertisements
Start to Finish is a film company run by actor and director Wayne Lee. I worked with Wayne on his most recent screenplay, helping him to flesh out the story and perfect his synopsis.
Gwyn is a plumber serving South Wales and needed a website, Facebook and Google Business page set up to bring in some extra work. I built and wrote the content for the Harry Heating website, and got him set up online.
I worked on the copy for Restore Counselling’s website, as well as setting up and establishing its social media platforms.
Veritii is an interactive 3D property sales tool specialising in Virtual Reality. I have worked closely with Veritii, producing regular blog posts which including original online content.
Palmer and Webb Associates provide financial advice and support with equity release, pensions and life insurance. I manage their social media and write regular blog posts for their website, which have successfully attracted clients.
Mr Quin: Love and Death is an interactive story based on the classic Agatha Christie character. It is told via an app using social-media messages, images and videos. I helped to proofread this story and was part of the team moderating comments during interactive live shows.
indycube are a regular client who I work with continuously, updating their social media, online content, blog content and any ad-hoc copy work that needs doing.
Steps Training are a regular client with whom I work on a weekly basis. I handle their social media, write and design their newsletters, write their online content and blog posts. Occasionally I will also assist with press releases and publicity.
The Nightvision Experiment is a fantastic and innovative project run by the people behind online story-telling platform Tell. Hailed as ‘theatre for the Facebook era,’ I proofed and copyedited the Nightvision story before its launch on Twitter. The real-time story can still be accessed online – it’s great fun!