It could rightly be said that, as an outdoor writer living in Devon, Fi is ideally situated. With two National Parks, the South West Coast Path and some amazing coastline all on her doorstep, she has plenty to offer her growing portfolio of outdoor clients. Fi loves weaving stories of encouragement to get people outside, creating entertaining walks, and giving outdoor advice. Her current portfolio of outdoor writing clients includes:
- Countryfile Magazine
- Ordnance Survey – Get Outside and Walk London
- Campervan Magazine
- TGO Magazine
- Breathe Magazine
- Two Blondes Walking
As a big BBC Countryfile fan, Fi has been thrilled to make regular contributions to the Countryfile Magazine Great Days Out section. Amongst other places, this particular writing mission has taken her to a stunning North Devon garden, a Dartmoor tor and some hidden Torbay coves.
View Fi’s Countryfile Magazine walks on OS Maps
Ordnance Survey – Walk London
When a project involves maps and writing, Fi really does get excited. Working with fellow Get Outside champion Belinda Dixon, Fi has been proud to provide research and copy for this most innovative of products. Featuring routes through three Royal Parks and along the London section of the Thames Path, the Walk London map guides you through some of the capital’s most popular green spaces. This really is a unique and brilliant way to explore London.
“Thank you so much for your efforts, patience, advice and of course your beautiful words.”
Paul Cross, Ordnance Survey
Ordnance Survey – Get Outside Champion
With an ongoing brief to support their highly successful Get Outside campaign, Fi’s writing focus for mapping giant Ordnance Survey has been on information and encouragement. Results have been impressive with all three of the below articles ranking consistently in Google top 5 search results.
Fi does have an office but is just as happy travelling around and writing in her Toyota Hiace campervan Ivanka. She was thrilled when her first musings on the digital nomad lifestyle were picked up by Campervan Magazine and she has enjoyed writing for them ever since.
TGO (The Great Outdoors) is a prestigious outdoor magazine and Fi was pleased to have two articles published about her favourite place to walk, Dartmoor National Park. The first was a ‘Where the Locals Walk’ article and the second a more detailed walk with mapping for their ‘Wild Walks’ section. TGO Magazine tends to focus on more mountainous regions than Devon so Fi is hoping to persuade them to head southwest from time to time.
Gander Outdoors are big players in the USA outdoor market, with an impressive range of outdoor equipment covering everything from hiking shoes to RVing. Our brief was simple, Gander Outdoors wanted to add value to their customer experience with blog posts covering a range of tried and tested camping tips and ideas. We took a product-first approach and set out to entertain as well as inform. This gig required us to write in US English, which we are, of course, happy to do.
Two Blondes Walking
Two Blondes Walking was Fi’s first blogging project and, seven years worth of daily outdoor blogging later, it has gone from strength to strength leading to over subscriptions for outdoor courses, TV appearances for BBC and ITV and regular influencer marketing requests. Supplying a daily mixture of outdoor advice, gear reviews and location guides, Two Blondes articles cover a range of genres, from light hearted humour to strong opinion and comment, in a cornucopia of readable styles.
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