My name is Emma Wright and I am editorialgirl.
I’ve been writing for a living for nearly 20 years now. I am a writer of blurb. I specialise in writing for the web, because I understand websites and how people use them.
After over a decade of working in Digital Media departments at companies including National Express and Maverick TV, working on websites like Channel 4’s 4Homes, I became a full time freelancer again in 2012.
My freelance work has covered subjects as diverse as education, architecture, gift shopping and “green” energy, but I have a particular interest in working with organisations and charities in the areas of health and social care.
I’ve lived in Moseley, Birmingham for the whole of my life. In fact, apart from two ill-conceived years in Glasgow, I’ve never lived more than five miles away from my place of birth. I don’t see this as being a bad thing – Birmingham’s great. And my husband is from a coastal town, so we get to visit the seaside often enough.
When I’m not writing, or sitting around tickling the cat, I take pictures. My preferred subject is urban still life – brick walls, concrete and rust – but I try and get out of my comfort zone as much as possible, which means I’ve recently been trying more documentary and street photography.