Edinburgh, United Kingdom
“Simpler writing is generally better than more complex (writing).”
BMus in Vocal Performance
Second Study in Journalism & Creative Writing
Favorite referencing style
I love APA for its simplicity.
Why I became an editor
I studied music at university, which involved instruction in performance, music history and cultural musicology. In addition to my musical studies, I took courses in journalism and creative writing, both of which have helped me to be a clear and flexible writer.
As both a musician and writer, I understand the importance of balancing creativity and clarity to effectively tell a story.
Background and experience
Dunedin Consort, Edinburgh
From composing compelling copy to fostering ongoing relationships between supporters and the company, this position requires a balance of patience and initiative in order to achieve long-term goals for funding and support.
St Mary’s Music School, Edinburgh
This role in a dynamic administrative team required me to regularly call upon my musical knowledge to contribute content for programmes and advertising.
Why I love proofreading and editing
I love stories. Whether it's hearing about someone's day or reading about the origins of the universe, I have always been a sucker for compelling storytelling. I love reading fiction, plays, mythology, philosophy and history.
institutions and businesses