Emma lives in sunny Cornwall with her husband and two gorgeous daughters and loves to write about life in all it’s facets and colours, which for her involve faith, alongside food, family, social justice issues, and pretty much anything else that’s moved her that day.
Alongside her blog, Emma has been published in The Guardian, and The Eden Project magazine. She writes for the award-winning multi-author Threads blog and for the Evanglical Alliance’s Friday Night Theology.
She has a BSc Information Management from University College London, and worked in the financial services industry in London before relocating to Cornwall in 2004 and working in the voluntary sector.
Emma’s freelancing credentials include writing features, editorial, web content, social media campaigns, grant fundraising, bid writing, research, interpretation, event and project management. Past clients have included: Eden Project, SKDA Design, Exhale Foundation and Intentional Health, Margin Magazine, Wadebridge Christian Centre, Wadebridge Foodbank, Keep Cornwall Fed, Evangelical Alliance, Creation Fest.For more details, please connect via LinkedIn or have a look at the Portfolio page.
If you would like to contact Emma regarding freelance work, please connect via social media or use the contact page.