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You can expect a wide variety of topics from copywriting, freelance life, self-development to creativity.

Regardless of the subject though, I aim to make the content something you’d be happy to read while on your coffee break.

Keeping things light-hearted and conversational, while at the same time being thought-provoking and informative is my goal.

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Click on the links below to find out more about each contribution.

History is Now is an online history magazine which aims to provide its audience with unique and engaging introductions to lesser known historical events.

For my contribution, I wrote an article about 19th Century Britain and the Rise of the Freak Show Industry’

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Creative Rehab is a DIY punk zine for ‘copywriters, creatives, and outcasts’, founded and edited by copywriter Jake Keane. The ethos behind this independent publication is a simple one… “Creation for the sake of creation is beautiful.”

Click on the image to find out more about Creative Rehab.

To see my contributions to Creative Rehab (which come in the form of “Zen Haikus” and Polaroid instant photographs)…

Get to know me (maybe a bit too well) from my interview with Jake Keane on the Creative Rehab Podcast.

You can listen to Episode 1: Web-slinging and Frozen Lamb with Stuart Cameron of the Creative Rehab Podcast on:

Patreon  |  Spotify  |  Apple Podcasts  |  Google Podcasts  |  Player FM  |  Podbean

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Write52 is a challenge to write one blog post a week, with a gang of talented writers behind you to keep you accountable.

Each week, founder and editor of Write52 – Ed Callow – compiles an email newsletter full of the week’s contributions. For Issue 29, I was given the opportunity to guest edit the newsletter.

Click on the image to read Issue 29 of the Write52 Newsletter.

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