Hi, I'm Amanda:
I’m the kind of writer who has a lot of fingers in a lot of pies.
I love copywriting for ecommerce, website, automation, and website brands and I’ve ghostwritten and content strategised for some of the largest multinational brands in the world – including an industry-leading international B2B supply chain software company worth $75 million and a sister Q-commerce app-lead world leading brand with a daily turnover of over $1m.
I specialise in translating content for British and American audiences. As an autistic woman in a neurodivergent family, I currently serve on a media-focused disability steering group and mentor several disabled writers.
I won Outstanding Lecturer for the School of Arts, University of Bolton 2021, was selected as a BFI / BAFTA Crew Member 2021-2021, and was named Edinburgh TV Festival’s Ones to Watch 2018-2019.
More About Amanda
Amanda has years of writing experience for the BBC including two separate educational campaigns, two Twitter campaigns resulting in 14 million impressions and trending, and 23 broadcasted scripts. For eight years she worked on documentaries and other factual content for the BBC, Discovery, and Channel 4, bringing in RTS, RTS NW, Grierson, Banff, and Jerusalem Awards.
She’s a trend and pattern-spotter bringing results including five broadcast commissions; networking course creation and leading cutting-edge sessions for industry bodies including Women in Film & TV, Black Creatives, the Writers’ Guild.
She is a Diversity and Inclusion Advisory Board Member for several tv/film and financial industry boards and consults on Neurodivergent issues for television content.
Her sketch, joke, and personal article writing has been seen on NBC/Seeso, Comic Relief, Confused.com, mindfulness sites Elephant Journal and Tiny Buddha, Medium, and satirical website Reductress. She’s also contributed to/performed in Richard III: The Reburial, the Funny Women Stage Awards 2016, and the BBC World Service.
In her spare time Amanda enjoys beating her son at arm wrestling, playing baseball, petting every dog she sees, and baking the best chocolate chip cookies in the world. And pie. She enjoys so much pie.
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