Charlie Dinkin

Middleweight Copywriter , 1948 Ltd Available for work

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I am an experienced copywriter and brand strategist with expertise in tone-of-voice creation for small businesses and startups.

I've helped companies including CharlieHR, Bridebook, Streetbees, Brighterbox and Urban Massage clarify their language, strengthen their message and reach more customers. My approach is holistic and integrated; ensuring that everyone in your team is able to authentically reproduce the work that I do for you, creating impact and conveying authority.

Please contact me if you're looking for help with: language branding, website copy, content strategy, hero blog articles, PR and press releases and top-line messaging. I have a background in comedy writing, which has given me a toolkit for injecting wit and brevity into any content!

I'm more than happy to have a phone call to talk through your needs, and see if there's any way I can help you transform your business into a meaningful, loveable and memorable brand.




  • Advertisements
  • Brochures and Leaflets
  • Content marketing
  • Content strategy
  • Copy-editing
  • Digital and SEO Copywriting
  • PR and Journalism
  • Product Descriptions
  • Technical
  • Tone of Voice
  • Training and Consultancy
  • White Papers
  • B2B
  • B2C
  • Charities
  • Consumer Goods
  • Lifestyle
  • Property and interiors
  • Public sector
  • Sport, travel and leisure
Qualifications & Awards
B.A. Anthropology (Columbia University, NYC)
Diploma in Comedy Writing (The Second City, Chicago)
M.A. Visual Anthropology (Goldsmiths UofL, UK)
M.A. Psychoanalytic Studies (Birkbeck UofL, UK)

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