I have professional writing experience in copy, blogs, articles, TV reviews, news pieces, screen-writing, play-writing, infographics and PR.
I started in comedy, so I am no stranger to snappy writing. I have produced witty blogs, scripts, copy, promo & infographics for several international clients.
I also currently work for WO Magazine as a Staff Writer, where I produce up to 20 articles a week on a range of topics- clocking up over 10,000 words a week to deadline.
I have an A* in English Literature GCSE, as well as an A in Media Studies A-Level and B in English Language A-Level. Though I'm not the kind of person who thinks that grades solely determine one's abilities.
I also have a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Film-Making from the Manchester School of Art, which inevitably led to my early work as a freelance satire writer.
I usually work with bold and edgy comedy projects, utilising a variety of styles such as Surrealist and Absurdist Humour, as well as the odd Double Entendre thrown in for good measure. Despite this, I can also write in a formal and professional manner, as I am displaying in this summary. I also have experience in Documentary Filmmaking, having made a couple of Documentaries on my own; which required literary and organisational skills beyond belief.
I have an extensive portfolio that goes much further than what you may find on here, including hundreds of published articles and also a full 149-page Comedy Play that I wrote for an employer in New York.
If you want a versatile writer who's used to making his work entertaining; then I'm your guy.