Online portfolio

Please visit the links below to see some of my work online.

Please note that this page is not actively linked to from any other location on this website. It is available only to those who have the link and is intended to provide a set of examples of my writing, where it appears online.

Clients and projects:

Pottermore – Wizarding World Book Club
Pottermore – 20th anniversary of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone
Pottermore – Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them
Penguin Random House Children’s Books
Push
The Department for International Trade
King’s Cross
Roald Dahl
Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Really Useful Group
Shortlist
Who’s Jack London

Copywriting projects and long-form features for J.K. Rowling’s Pottermore

I created all copy – including themed pages, short- and long-form website copy and features – for the Wizarding World Book Club, launched in June 2017

Features for the Wizarding World Book Club

Features connected with the 20th anniversary of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone

Features connected with Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them

Blogs for Penguin Random House Children’s

Landing pages for Push

I help create landing pages for the clients of marketing agency Push Group, optimising for particular search campaigns.

Toolkit copy for the Department for International Trade

I worked via an agency on the creation of toolkits (brochures, cards, presentation material and more) connected with the UK Government’s Britain is GREAT campaign.

Copywriting for King’s Cross

Copywriting for all online and print marketing materials relating to the launch of the Canopy Market, King’s Cross’s new food, design and music market. Including adverts, posters, flyers, brochure copy, email marketing and webpage content.

See the webpage here.

Work for The Roald Dahl Literary Estate

From 2012-2015 I created new written content for all Roald Dahl’s stories, including Charlie and the Chocolate FactoryMatilda and The BFG, as well as writing, editing, proofreading and layout of all content relating to Roald Dahl’s lifecharacters and archive.

I also wrote a minimum of three blog posts a week. Here are a few of them:

Work for Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Really Useful Group

I conducted written and video interviews with members of the London cast of The Phantom of the Opera, including Sofia Escobar (Christine), John Owen Jones (The Phantom), Wendy Ferguson (Carlotta) and Will Barratt (Raoul) 

I wrote the monthly Oz Blog series for Andrew Lloyd Webber’s website, which covered the BBC1 TV show Over The RainbowRead the final blog here.

Feature – Over The Rainbow: Where Are They Now?
Feature – Through The Stage Door at Drury Lane.
Feature – Series of interviews with producers’ fundraising charity Stage One.
Feature – A Beginner’s guide to Eurovision.

Shortlist magazine

I wrote features for men’s magazine Shortlist including this one about Andy Warhol.

Who’s Jack London

I worked as a freelance arts writer for Who’s Jack London, reporting on topics such as London’s proliferation of buskers and the rise of communal living among young artists and creators.