Creative portfolio



Copywriter. Content Creator. Author. Poet.  Creative.


Copywriting, blog writing, proofreading, copyediting, manuscript editing, feature writing, designing magazines, writing poetry, creative writing, ghostwriting, designing websites/logos/social media, designing, publishing and writing books, researching, planning lessons, teaching, organising and leading a project, using SEO keywords to improve Google ranking, fact checking, checking content for grammar, spelling, syntax and punctuation errors.


StudyStream, Lead Copywriter/Content Creator
Bauer Media Group (SMS Services), Freelance Writer/Editor
The Happy Beavers, English Ghostwriter
StoryTerrace, Professional Senior Ghostwriter
Inkpact, Freelance Scribe/Bespoke Handwriting
Upwork, Freelance Writer/Editor
The Big Initiative, Creative Consultant
PamperTree, Freelance Copywriter
First Line Poets Project,  Project Leader
Zest For Life Magazine, Founder and Editor
Creative Writing Workshop Mentor
Festival Volunteer, Manchester Literature Festival
Staff Writer, VIVA Lifestyle Magazine
Staff Writer, Female First


  • Published author of two poetry books and editor of a poetry anthology
  • Experience with the traditional and self-publishing industries
  • Featured on BBC Radio Manchester with David Scott 
  • Featured in interview by Salford Now newspaper
  • Project leader of an online collaborative poetry project
  • Created and ran my own magazine Zest For Life for two years
  • Designed my own websites/blogs
  • Typing speed of 84 WPM
  • Experience using style guides and creating style sheets for British and American English styles
  • Experience working with: WordPress, Wix, Bluehost, Jira, Skype, Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Grammarly, Canva, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Sparkpost, Affinity Publisher, Facebook. Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, Google Drive, OneDrive, Gmail, Outlook, Microsoft (Word, PowerPoint, Excel), Google Analytics, Linktree.   


Creative Projects

Zest For Life Magazine

A positive lifestyle magazine (2015-2017) designed using Adobe InDesign.

Positive Stitch

A small business website (2020-2021) designed using Wix, Canva and Adobe Spark Post.

First Line Poets Project

First Line Poets Project (2020 – present) all branding/marketing tools created using Canva.

Emma Jane Poetry

Emma Jane Poetry (social media author brand) (2020 – present) all branding/marketing tools created using Canva.

 Written Content


It’s human nature to change and we all strive for personal growth and to be the best versions of ourselves. We go to school to improve our linguistic and logical intelligence, as we go through life we learn to improve our intrapersonal intelligence (what we feel and want from the world), but we rarely think about emotional intelligence. Read on to find out more about emotional intelligence and how you can improve yours and become a more balanced and intuitive person.

York Romantic Breaks

Forget the idea that Paris is the city of love. There is somewhere closer to home that will be the romantic break you have been searching for. If you are looking for the perfect place to celebrate a special anniversary with your spouse, consider the historic and quixotic city of York. There are many reasons to book a romantic book away, for some, you may be looking back over the years together, celebrating your golden wedding anniversary, for others, you may be celebrating your first year of marriage. Whatever the occasion you are celebrating, find your romantic break in York with the help of PamperTree.


Why do we struggle with procrastination? It can be frustrating at times to lose focus, especially when you have something important to complete. But what is the neuroscience behind procrastination? What is happening inside our brains when our attention wavers and we find ourselves doing something other than the task we need to do? Read on to find out more about what procrastination is and why as humans we sometimes find it difficult to focus on one task at a time.


When the sun does make an appearance this summer, the best activity for the whole family is to have a picnic. The National Trust has made a list of the best places in the country for having a picnic.

A recent survey with the National Trust revealed that 34% of families preferred to spread out a blanket and have a picnic next to a river or lake, with the seaside coming in at a very close second with 20% of the vote. For those whose picnic preparation isn’t quite up to scratch, there are also plenty of ways to make it extra-special with the delicious seasonal food on offer at National Trust cafes and shops.


Recently, it has been recognised that there has been a rise in the number of men choosing to do yoga, but not just any old yoga – Hot Bikram Yoga!

Bikram Yoga is definitely not for wimps! The Premier Bikram yoga brand, Hot Bikram yoga has reported that men are employing the discipline to improve their strength, mental toughness and flexibility. The founder of the brand Olga Allon says that ‘Bikram Yoga is definitely not for wimps, figures show that 25% of all people attending the classes are men. This is very high for yoga classes and we believe the reason for this is twofold.’


Being a student comes with many challenges but even more so for those who are on the Autistic spectrum. If you are Autistic or know someone who is, this article will cover what Autistic Spectrum Disorder is, how it can affect a person’s ability to learn, how people on the spectrum process differently, and what strategies and support can be put in place to help Autistic students thrive. It’s important to remember that this article is not written by a medical expert and should not be used to self-diagnose. However, it is written by a woman on the spectrum who has experienced some of the challenges that may arise in an education setting.

How Do I Add Microgreens To My Diet?

Sandwiches, wraps, salads and smoothies are just a few ways you can add Microgreens to your diet. A study in the Journal of Food Science suggests that those intrigued by the flavour and appearance of Microgreens are more willing to include them in their meals. From omelettes, tacos, pasta and green smoothies, there are so many ways you can add Microgreens to your daily meals.


It’s the start of the new academic year and you have landed a place at the university you wanted to go to, you have everything you could need to start your new life and there are so many exciting opportunities ahead of you. But how do you make the most of your university experience? How do you enjoy university life and have as much fun as possible alongside your studies? Read on to find out more tips and advice on how to make the most out of your university experience. 

How to study according to your learning style

Work smarter not harder. It’s a phrase you have probably heard before but what does it mean? You need to know your unique learning style to adapt the way you study. Throughout your education, you have been told to study but haven’t necessarily been given the personal tactics that will help you study. It’s because there is not a one-size-fits-all approach to learning, after all, we have an individualistic brain that learns differently in various circumstances. 

What Is Hygge?

Hygge is a combination of atmosphere, presence, pleasure, quality, gratitude, harmony, truce, togetherness, shelter and comfort and how they can bring immediate happiness to your life. Higee? Hooge? Hoogi? It took me a few attempts before I actually learned the correct way to spell and pronounce the Danish word ‘Hygge’ (it’s pronounced “hoo-gah” by the way). Now you know how to pronounce it, I’m guessing that your next question is ‘what on earth is it?’

Hygge is a Danish and Norwegian word, which loosely translates to ‘cosiness’ or ‘wellbeing.’ It’s a well-known fact that Denmark is the happiest country in the world.

KT Tunstall – Invisible Empire// Crescent Moon Album Review.

The first part of the album is introverted. There is a lot of sadness. The second half is a rebirth. For me, it was about letting go.

I have been a fan of KT Tunstall since her first release back in 2004, with catchy songs such as Black Horse and the Cherry Tree and Suddenly I See, she was an instant hit and her first album was a worldwide musical success. Now she is releasing her fifth studio album titled Invisible Empire// Crescent Moon Album.

Her first album Eye to the Telescope was an album that I could actually listen to over and over again, the melodies were memorable and lively and her last two albums have displayed that KT is not a one-trick-pony. On her second album KT Tunstall’s Acoustic Extravaganza she sings with conviction and truth as she shows her Indie Folk roots.


Do you want to visit the wonderful city of Carlisle? Are you looking for a relaxing spa day with plenty of treatments to choose from? Then look no further than PamperTree to find the best spa packages in Carlisle. Check out the amazing offers and deals and book yourself a much-needed spa day in Carlisle.

Imagine this! Stepping into a luxurious spa knowing that you’re about to get some relaxing treatments by some of the best therapists in the city. Sound good? These services have been around for years but from once thought to be something only the richer residents can enjoy, but with the spa packages in Carlisle that you can find on PamperTree now everyone can treat themselves to this experience. Find the best pamper packages, discounted stays and extended spa breaks and much more by clicking on the “offers” tab on the PamperTree website and app.

dealing with grief and loss in a healthy way

Losing someone you love is one of the most difficult moments a human being can experience. Grief is something that we all go through at some point in our lives but there is no rulebook to guide us through or a linear path to follow, the process of grieving can easily overwhelm us and there are unhealthy ways we can deal with grief and loss that can send us into a spiral. Read on to find out ten ways you can deal with grief and loss in a healthy way that will help you move forward.


First of all, what is grief and why do we experience it? Grief is the natural process that we experience when we lose something or someone. The sudden experience of grief can reveal itself in a multitude of ways and impact your physical, emotional, and mental health.

breast cancer awareness month

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. It’s a time when cancer related charities try to raise awareness to a common cancer that kills far too many women and men each year (yes men can get breast cancer too).

I recently discovered a campaign called Coppafeel. I found their link on my Facebook newsfeed and decided to go to their website to read all about their charity. We’ve all heard of Cancer Research UK and The Pink Ribbon Foundation, but Coppafeel is a relatively unknown charity that I really admire. Their aim is simple, they want to educate young people and raise awareness for breast cancer. They want to make sure that women have the knowledge they need to detect any unusual changes in their breasts, something that could quite literally save their lives.

10 Myths of mental health

There are a lot of myths around mental illness and it should be everyone’s mission to dismantle myths and break down the stigmas around mental health that remain from previous generations. Read on to find out more about the common myths of mental health and the truth behind every smokescreen.

Myth 1

A mental health condition is a sign of weakness, this is one myth that people believe but the truth is that struggling with your mental health is not related to how motivated or disciplined you are as a person. Mental wellbeing can be affected by many variables including physical illness, genetics, trauma, or difficult experiences. Don’t judge a person for having a mental health illness because they didn’t choose it and you should give them your support and understanding.