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Michael Evamy

Senior Copywriter   Available for work

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I've been working with corporate clients and leading design studios on high-level brand communications projects for more than 20 years. Websites, annual reviews, corporate brochures, product literature, advertising and tone of voice development for clients such as Arup, BAFTA, Bowers & Wilkins, Hiscox, HRG, Invesco, Land Securities, Monotype, the RIBA, U+i and UCL. I've also written books about design, such as LOGO and Logotype.

    Skills
  • Advertisements
  • Brochures and Leaflets
  • Tone of Voice
    Specialisms
  • B2B
  • B2C
  • Business, finance and law
  • Consumer Goods
  • Science and Technology
  • Sport, travel and leisure

Portfolio

Rosling King corporate book and website

Rosling King is a leading firm of lawyers in the City of London. Their advice is high-level, for major clients in finance, real ...

SImmons Bakers website

Simmons Bakers has been feeding Hertfordshire’s hungry with oven-fresh bread and cakes for 180 years. When the time came to ...

FS Brabo typeface specimen

To promote FS Brabo, Fontsmith’s beautifully bookish new typeface, The Counter Press devised a broadsheet-sized specimen ...

Arjowiggins Creative Papers website

Arjowiggins Creative Papers wanted a website that not only got to the point fast, in keeping with its mission to offer designers ...

Monotype website

With more than 20,000 fonts in its library, Monotype is one of the world’s largest providers of type-related products. ...

Cathedral annual review

Cathedral (now U+i) work with local people, local authorities and some of the UK’s most creative thinkers to transform ...

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