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Chloe is a senior project manager who loves getting her teeth into new briefs and meeting new clients. She's also a new mum who's hoping to someday build her dream family home.
An all-around aesthete with a thing for numbers and time travel, group project director Winnie is an advocate for mindblowing creative work, without blowing your budget or timeline.
Senior project manager Liv makes brilliant things happen without a hitch. During the week she laughs in the face of tight deadlines, while at weekends she points out cute dogs to anyone who’ll listen.
Associate creative director Emma is a writer, trainer, speaker and tone of voice creator rolled into one. Her fervent wish is that verbal and visual identity will soon stand shoulder to shoulder.
Katie-Rose is a senior creative consultant who loves getting inside the minds of clients, working out what they’re actually trying to say and making it more straightforward (and even fun).
Senior account manager Laura looks after some of our biggest clients, helping them solve their challenges through words. After hours, you'll find her pumping iron or prosecco, depending on the day.
Account exec Joelle uses her strategic brain to help clients push their words and shift their cultures. And if you're ever hungry for hot pot, her foodie brain will point you to the hottest spots.
On any given day, Charli is one (or more) of these things: consultant, coach, writer, trainer, tone of voice preacher and stands-on-big-stages speaker. Officially, she's our group creative director.
Dash diligently vets every visitor and closely monitors the movements of the London team. He enjoys napping on laps during team meetings - these days mostly at home while mum Charli is on Zoom.
Digital project director Antoine is transforming the way we work and the work we do, with measurable results. He loves crunching data almost as much as he loves riding his Honda Transalp.
Grace works magic behind the scenes to make sure we get the best possible team on every job. And if you buy her a flat white, she'll tell you what it's like to grow up on a boat.
Margherita is a senior creative consultant who loves getting to that 'aha!' moment with every kind of writing. She's also a big fan of pop linguistics and spinning.
Creative consultant Sid got his start as a magazine editor, and he's been focusing on crafting compelling language and banishing bad sentences ever since. The cat? That's Lil' Squirmy.
As a strategic partner to her clients, Gricel's focus is on understanding their challenges and how the right words can help. Offline, you'll catch her planning out her next adventure round the world.
Amarni helps us keep our finances in check, looking after things like Accounts Receivables, Accounts Payable and credit control to keep our business fit and our cash flow healthy.
Senior creative consultant Michael has loved language ever since he had a poem published in the Kid’s Corner section of the Los Angeles Daily News in the second grade (it was about his dog).
As CFO, Bruce makes sure our numbers are as sharp as our words, and works with the board to shape our strategy. When he’s not working his magic with spreadsheets, he does a mean card trick or two.
Jennie is all things business development and marketing at The Writer. She's always on the lookout for new ways to win and wow clients, and is at her happiest surrounded by colourful Post-It notes.
Samantha greets every project with precision and care. Her color coordinated organization skills are a sight to see. But if you blink, you'll miss her whipping by in Central Park on her bike, Hoovie.
Sally loves being a first port of call for our new clients and getting to the bottom of what they need. She also works behind the scenes to help make our weird and wonderful marketing ideas happen.
Fiercely inquistive and a bit of dreamer, account director Jack is fortunate to have such an intelligent team help deliver (impeccably) on his proposals. He loves eating cake with clients (or alone).
When Andrew isn't helping with financial reporting, he makes sure our people and suppliers get paid (making him our best friend), and that cash keeps flowing (making him the board's best friend).