More About Me
I often hear people call me a ‘jack of all trades’ but I have never agreed with it. I have always believed that to be the best at what you do for work then you need to be passionate about it. And as I’m passionate about many things it’s only right that I work in several areas, to be able to work doing things I enjoy makes me a very lucky person.
My early career saw me working in retail and sales account management but I was always focused on being able to work doing what I love. So I studied hard to learn all about working with WordPress, once I had that down and had worked for many freelance clients I found out that I had a real passion for SEO. So I worked hard to become an SEO magician. Taking a website from zero to hero gives me a great feeling of accomplishment but not as much as knowing that the company is making money because of my work.
SEO will always be a part of my life and so will my creative projects. I love writing and am lucky enough to be regularly published. I have written many food reviews for some fantastic restaurants and I have covered many great events. But the writing I am most passionate about are the motoring news and reviews articles that I write for media use around the world. It’s a wonderful feeling knowing that people enjoy reading something that I put a lot of work in to.
For me photography is one of my favourite creative outlets, I have been a passionate photographer for many years. My current day job with a clinical research company allowed me the opportunity to set up a photographic studio to take before and after photos of cosmetic treatments for use in the worlds largest press outlets for some of the biggest cosmetic companies on the planet. It’s a huge responsibility and I enjoy it immensely.
I also have rather a lot of freelance photography work that I do for PR companies. I cover many large corporate events, product launches and other business occasions.
I love what I do, not just because of the rewarding experiences I have but because all of my work involves helping companies move forward in a way where there are measurable results.