I’m lucky to work with a diverse range of clients from across sector, each with differing creative needs. Here are just a few of them.
Taste ‘n’ Tell
An innovative and unique approach to healthy and fussy eating in young children, Taste ‘n’ Tell is a small business with big plans. I’ve been involved with the project from a very early stage, managing their organic social media content, and advising on how they can make the brand more well known.
For more on Taste ‘n’ Tell, please visit their website at www.tastentell.co.uk
The scottish youth parliament
I’ve worked on a range of projects for the SYP during my time as a freelancer, including providing an input on responsible use of social media to their Board induction each year, developing a social media policy, and providing support for the Communications Team.
Two of the biggest projects have been to create e-learning modules. The first was developed on the back of the success of the first input to the SYP Board, exploring how to use social media carefully and effectively. This is now mandatory for all MSYPs to complete when they are elected.
The second is a module for the Support Workers within local authorities who work with MSYPs. Designed to give an overview of their role, the role of MSYPS, sittings, sources of support and more, the module also provides a closed space for Support Workers to discuss their work.
Cloudline PR are experts in communications, working with companies and organisations to make sure their stories get heard.
I provided training and support for Cloudline to help identify where social media could play an increased role in the work they do with their clients, and how they could embed it within their every day practises.
Through A Total of One, the creative collective that I head up with Alan Davison, we also planned, developed and launched a new Cloudline PR website.
For more on Cloudline PR, visit https://www.cloudline.co.uk/