Wizarding World Digital

Since 2016, I have worked regularly for Warner Bros. Wizarding World Digital (previously J.K. Rowling’s Pottermore) on a variety of writing projects, including long-form features, UX copy, script edits and lots more. Below you can find links to some of my online features and other content.

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 samples of my written work.

Use the links below to jump to particular projects.

The Wizarding World Book Club
The Hogwarts Experience
The 20th anniversary of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone
Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them
Other Pottermore features

Personal features


Wizarding World Book Club UX copy

I created all user experience (UX) copy – including themed pages and short- and long-form website copy, as well as features – for the Wizarding World Book Club, launched in June 2017, as well as the following features:

Hogwarts Experience UX copy

I created UX copy for The Hogwarts Experience, which launched in September 2017, as well as additional marketing content.

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

Features connected with Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them

Other Pottermore features

Please contact me if you would like any more information.

Penguin Random House

I provide ongoing copywriting services for Puffin, the children’s division of Penguin Random House. Below are links to some of my more recent articles.

Orbis UK

From February until September 2019, I provided digital marketing campaign management and online editorial services for the UK branch of international eyecare charity Orbis.

This included overseeing the online campaign for the UK Aid Match funded See My Future appeal.

I also created written content for the appeal, including press releases, news articles, interviews and case stories. Here are some examples:

RADA and RADA Business

Since September 2019, I have been working with the commercial arm of RADA (The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art), providing content marketing support on projects connected with RADA Business and RADA’s Short Courses department.

This includes writing blog posts, creating email communications, day-to-day social media management, and digital marketing campaign management.

Articles, interviews and case stories I have written for RADA and RADA Business include:


I have worked on projects for Wonderbly, formerly Lost My Name, including creating marketing copy and content around the launch of the Charlie and the Chocolate Factory-inspired My Golden Ticket.