Hiring a freelance writer gives you plenty of scope — you may want to revamp your online content, apply for an industry award, tender for a project, create a proposal for funding, or get involved in a conversation about a hot topic in your field. For a snapshot of writing I've produced, visit my portfolio for links to work, and comments from clients.
You may require White Papers — outlining complex issues and presenting your response — or Synthesis Reports — reading academic or technical information and producing short, snappy summaries which are accessible and clear. You can read some examples of synthesis work I've done for the International Development Department at Birmingham University here.
Perhaps you're looking for a more engaging or journalistic style to your company blog, or would like to write some articles around social interest or lifestyle issues, to grab your audience. Take a look at my example summaries of popular behavioural management books here.
It may be that you simply need your current copy refreshing, tidying up or amplifying. I've included some testimonials from organisations I've helped in the past, so you can be confident about the level of professionalism, flexibility and expertise I'll bring to your project.
Having a piece of writing is just the first step—you may be working on a dissertation, report, bid or manuscript. I am an experienced editor, working with seasoned and first-time writers to bring all kinds of text to publication standard. I specialise in the technical requirements of writing in the fields of international development and law, submitting manuscripts for review by top-level agencies and government scrutiny, and OSCOLA-compliant academic referencing.