I love opening people’s eyes, inspiring action around new ideas the world needs to hear.
I am adept at a range of communications — strategy, messaging, writing and commissioning films, animations and more.
Civil Society Futures
Civil Society Futures is an independent inquiry on a big mission to work out how the next ten years can be a time for England to thrive with community, innovation and power shifting to the people.
I’ve worked on most of the communications in the inquiry’s second year, including playing a major role in writing this report, commissioning and working closely on the animation above, writing and editing blogs. We’re starting to have traction, featuring on the front page of The Times and influencing a new government strategy.
Rewrite the Future
I played a core role in creating Save the Children’s first ever global campaign, to get education for children in wartorn areas around the world.
I led a launch across 47 countries on the same day which made international news, and coordinated global communications over the course of nearly 5 years — helping increase funding for these children’s education by 50% and getting a million more children into school.
For The Love Of…
How can you get people to care about distant, scary, overly scientific climate change? Paint a different picture of the things people love, how they are affected and what you can do to help.
I led the digital side of a far-reaching collaborative communications campaign involving 100 organisations, reaching 20 million people and at one point trending #1 on Twitter in the UK.
And many more
I work with many different organisations creating beautiful, exciting, inspiring communications. These include…
…A playful social media campaign to show the importance of disabled people and reframe it as independence
…Winning design competitions, including a poster for Don’t Panic about solidarity in the face of cuts, and the cover for a music album about mental health
…Creating concepts for a nationwide retail campaign
Want to work together? Or explore an idea? Get in touch