As a content creator I work with a variety of companies as a freelance consultant. I contribute to their social media channels and help grow their audience base whilst promoting their message. I take time to learn from each of my clients and therefore get to understand their tone of voice.
I contribute to a selection of magazines, my work mostly operating around cycling and the passion I hold for the sport. I am drafting articles for photography and fashion blogs and am open to exploring new avenues.
A long term project I am working on is an investigative exploration into the sustainability and material sourcing procedures of sports companies. I am also planning another investigative piece into the origins of an unknown artist whose work is well known but his background not.
Please let me know if you are seeking to collaborate or need ideas for written content. My blog can be found by clicking on the icon below with the links to my other pages.
An extract from one of my articles;
''The Tour de France is finally hotting up. Whilst being a scorcher a fortnight ago, when fans were able to emulate their heroes by riding a tour stage at l’Étape, the same stage (stage 11) proved pivotal in lighting a fire beneath the tyres of the GC contenders. Like any good wildfire, the effects rolled through to the following day where we saw another decisive win by G.
Like any true legend, he not only wore the maillot jaune with panache, but also took a stage victory on one of the most iconic mountain finishes in cycling history. We say chapeau, or more likely llongyfarchiadau, to the current race leader.
The spark that lit the fire that burnt out the legs of a lot of sprinters has created a vacancy for the upcoming fast man stages. So perhaps, from the ashes, we will see a new sprinteur born.
The humble Welshman will, we hope, hold on to the leaders jersey through the flat stage 13 before heading into the weekend to face yet more climbs. The plan from Team Sky remains – as ever – shrouded in smoke and mystery, but we can all agree we don’t want any water thrown to dowse the flames.''