I’m a freelance writer, editor and academic tutor based in Chiswick, South-West London.
After completing an MA in Art History, History and Philosophy at the University of St. Andrews, I moved to Bristol, where I finished an M.Phil in Modern History. I worked as a writer and editor for an independent publishing company, before joining Oxford University Press and their digital publishing team – as an Associate Marketing Manager.
Writing and Editing Services
I now work in London as a freelance writer, editor and tutor. I particularly specialise in online writing, proof-reading and bid-writing for cultural and charitable enterprises. If you have any projects you would like to discuss, don’t hesitate to get in contact – I’m always on the look-out for new challenges (big or small)!
Creating a complete Business Plan for a London-based mobile planetarium company – successfully securing £25,000 funding from Virgin Start Up Loans.
Responsible for creating the Marketing, Communications and Digital Infrastructure sections of a successful £4.3 million Heritage Lottery Fund bid for Kelmscott Manor (the home of William Morris). Read more on The Guardian >
Managed the Society of Antiquaries fortnightly cultural heritage newsletter. View the archive >
Lead digital marketer on the ground-breaking New Oxford Shakespeare Online project. Visit the website >
Assisting and advising on the successful £8,000 Arts Council England and Heritage Lottery Fund bid for The Ghost Tree Project; an art based ecology initiative. Read more >
Read two of my highest viewed Oxford University Press blogs:
I am passionate about the arts, history, literature and creative endeavours; activities which I believe should be accessible to as many people as possible. Consequently, this blog reflects my activities critiquing, reviewing and documenting adventures into artistic, historical and philosophical goings-on.
For more information on my academic tutoring, please visit my Tutor Hunt profile >
For those interested in my printed publications, please take a look at My Books >