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In December 2023, I parted company with the Whisky Club and went back to full time freelance. This involved spending a few days each week working for The Ross Partnership in Melbourne as well as multiple UK projects.

Samsonite: The Beast TV

Samsonite make tough luggage. TRP created a burst of product demos to showcase this toughness. I suggested the location and high energy filming style and wrote the script for this one. Created with Tom Markovich and Kyle Ross at TRP

Bay Church: Newspaper Copy

My church in Tasmania was aked to write a feature for the 'Entertainment' section of the local paper, the Kingborough Chronicle. The ad was designed by Tom Smith, I provided words.

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Peroni 'First Dates' sponsorship

I was part of the team that pulled together these idents for Peroni's sponsorship of Channel 4's 'First Dates' in the UK. Created with Andy Taylor and Freddie Faulks at Trouble Maker.

Tourism Tasmania - Romantic Getaways

Advertising meets journalism meets SEO. 

This project was for Tourism Tasmania, encouraging mainland couples to duck down to the island for the best of the winter. For the full set, go here.

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Tourism Tasmania - Winter Luxury

There are some fabulous ways to spend your money in Tasmania, and Winter is when you have the island to yourself. The full set are here.

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Department of Health - Recruitment

Tasmania is undergoing a crisis in healthcare workers - there simply aren't enough of them. This campaign aimed at medics in the UK aims to tempt people to start a new life - and career down south.

All images from instagram, no client involvement at all - this is just me doing my bit to try and fix the problem.

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Mongrel Boots: Web Copy

Beloved of tradies, Mongrel are Aussie born and bred. The job they needed was to make their boots appeal to a UK audience, so it made sense to use a British copywriter. Ful website here

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