Looking for a copywriter in Brighton or Sussex? Someone who’s plugged into local communities, but has experience working on major content projects? I could be the writer you need. Here’s why.
Sometimes it’s good to met your copywriter in person
There’s not a lot of face-to-face contact in the copywriting business – and there’s been even less during the Covid-19 pandemic.
But as things open up, it can be good to meet for a quick coffee to talk about a content project.
It’s easy for me to meet you if you’re based in Brighton or Mid-Sussex. Just drop me a line and let me know how I can help.
I’m plugged into the Brighton and Sussex freelance communities
I was also a member of the Skiff, a community and co-working space in Brighton.
If you’re based locally, or if you’re a freelance designer or marketer working on a project for a bigger business, I’d be happy to chat with you about your copywriting or content challenge.
I’m happy to handle smaller projects as well as large ones
There’s a lot to be proud of in Brighton and Sussex
Brighton and Sussex are great places to do business.
People often come here because they want access to the sea and the Downs, enjoy great pubs and coffee shops, and are happy to have a bit of distance between themselves and the heaving metropolis of London. I’m on board with that.
On a typical summer weekend you’ll find me running on the South Downs between Ditchling Beacon and Black Cap, looking out over the city of Brighton and Hove to the south.