Member Spotlight

01 Jul 2019

Anna Gunning — Member Spotlight Revisited

“I love looking at the way copy flows, so the individual components combine to make the reader think and feel differently.”

24 Jun 2019

Word Monster — ProCopywriters Company Spotlight

“Choose a niche and make it yours.”

Claire Storrow, copywriter
17 Jun 2019

Claire Storrow — ProCopywriters Member Spotlight

“However language changes, and whatever falls in and out of the vernacular, writing should reflect how people speak.”

Jane Adams, copywriter
11 Jun 2019

Jane Adams – ProCopywriters Member Spotlight

“Do some time in an agency if you can. I took a break from freelancing to work in a PR agency for a while and it really helped me to both raise my game in terms of work efficiency and realise my own worth commercially. “

Brian Jenner, Speechwriter
04 Jun 2019

Brian Jenner — Member Spotlight Revisited

“I left university wanting to become a journalist and writer. At 50, I’m a salesman with a passion for numbers. My young self would have been appalled.”

Andy Nattan, copywriter
27 May 2019

Andy Nattan — Member Spotlight Revisited

“If someone wants you to do something, they see value in it. If there’s value, there’s a fee.”

Matt Turner, copywriter
20 May 2019

Writers — ProCopywriters Company Spotlight

“Whatever we’re writing for, short or long form, it’s a real joy seeing ideas and words coming together – from the thinking to the structuring to the drafting to the crafting to the tweaking to sign-off.”

Claudia Benetello, copywriter
13 May 2019

Claudia Benetello — ProCopywriters Member Spotlight

“I love writing but hate editing. Writing is like falling in love, editing is like trying to make a relationship work!”

Karen Evennett, copywriter
06 May 2019

Karen Evennett — ProCopywriters Member Spotlight

“Always be professional. Never miss a deadline. Do the best job you can.”

Sarah Richards, Content Designer
29 Apr 2019

Content Design London — ProCopywriters Company Spotlight

“Content design is problem-solving. We look at a task, then how to get that across to the audience in a way that makes the most sense to them.”

John Espirian, copywriter
22 Apr 2019

John Espirian — ProCopywriters Member Spotlight Revisited

“It’s much easier to write something terrible and then knock it into shape than to expect perfection in every word you lay down in your first draft.”

Deboarah Wroe, copywriter
15 Apr 2019

Deborah Wroe — ProCopywriters Member Spotlight

“I enjoy presenting things in a logical and consistent way, making it easy for the reader to understand and take action.”

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