Sarah Butler (Looseleaf productions)
Feature and copywriter specialising in the third sector, disability, care, and volunteering. A knowledgeable and sensitive writer on what can be emotive subjects. Clients come back for more because my copy is clear, well researched, tailored to the readership and on deadline. Contact me for samples and references.
|Street:||Linden, Station Road|
|Town:||Groombridge, Tunbridge Wells|
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|Mobile:||0775 296 0007|
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|Feature writer||Rates: Print media|
|Book writer||Rates: Print media - writing books|
|Book editor||Rates: Print media - editing/producing books|
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Profile last updated: 2012-04-03 16:01:36
I'm a feature writer and a copywriter, happy to produce a 4000-word piece exploring a complex topic, or a 25-word brand statement.
Recent projects include:
- feature on homesharers for The Guardian Weekend magazine (http://www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandstyle/2012/mar/16/homeshare-unlikely-housemates?commentpage=last#end-of-comments)
- features on Intervenors and on Supported Living for Talking Sense, the magazine for the deafblind charity Sense
- brand copy for third sector clients of Spencer du Bois
- web content for The David and Elaine Potter Foundation, and for The Pharo Foundation
- marketing leaflet and web copy for The National Autistic Society.
Copy is of course only one element of any publication, and I often work with a team of colleagues on projects. Depending on a client's needs, I can bring in designers, web developers, illustrators and photographers and together we can take their project from initial concept to publication.