Welcome to Inkwell Copywriting, by Nathalie Findlay.
I write compelling and aspirational content for clients principally in the luxury goods, food, spirits and travel industries. When I am not working in the interests of businesses, I am usually part of a crack-team of marketing experts and agencies.
I help my clients articulate their message in a clear and targeted fashion, consistent with their image, demographic and distinguished heritage.
About Nathalie Findlay
- Tone of voice
- Long-read copy
- Brand values
- SEO-led online content
- Marketing materials
- Press releases
- Blog posts
- Travel writing
- Social media management
- Ghost writing
- French/English translation
Nathalie’s super power is her ability to understand the different market nuances and then deliver outstanding creative writing which captures the tone of voice and product offer perfectly. To be able to move from one brand world to the next with such ease is amazing. Nathalie’s writing is clever and has an emotive flow to it, which easily engages and informs the consumer.
Nathalie is intelligent, relaxed, friendly and easy to work with. I would highly recommend Nathalie for any project. She is a great asset and extension to our creative team.
Nathalie has played a very important role during a critical period of our growth: she has been incredibly reliable and can be given a few instructions and trusted to deliver excellent copy and great new ideas. She is very analytical and thinks outside the box, both from the client and from a retailer’s perspective, a skill which has been a huge advantage when we were developing our brand identity and product line.
She’s a wonderful team member and is a great soundboard, sharing her positive energy, enthusiasm and creativity at all times. She is a very talented writer, but having worked with many copywriters in the past, I can say she sets herself apart thanks to her dedication and spirit.
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