I’m pleased to say that I have happy clients.

And to prove it, here are a few testimonials from them.


Natasha Collins-Daniel, Head of Communications at Centre for Sustainable Energy:

“I commissioned Trina to work on our tone of voice and suport me with our communications strategy. Our tone of voice was not a straightforward task and our organisation is complex. Trina was a very supportive ally as I tried to navigate the complex web of internal politics to gear us up to more strategic communications overall. She listened and pushed back when appropriate – but in a way that was considered and not forceful. Trina is approachable and easy to talk to, and has a passion for the value of good communications to an organisation.”


Alec Jessel, Associate Director, Marketing and Digital at Ambition Institute:

“Trina is really great with words. We commissioned her to write leaflet and web copy describing our key programmes when our organisation was merging with another. She helped us to figure out how we wanted to talk about ourselves, so the content was on brand and had a motivating tone of voice. It was a big project over a busy few months and we worked together to project manage content in batches. I would absolutely recommend Trina for copywriter and communications projects.”


Forbes Mutch, former Head of Business Development, Corporate Fundraising at Barnardo’s:

“Trina wrote a regular e-newsletter for our corporate supporters and companies that support other charities in the voluntary sctor. She came up with the structure for the newsletter which was people-focused and carried out interviews with senior professionals in the charity corporate sponsorship market. Her copy is engaging and inspiring and jargon-free. Trina has a thorough knowledge of the charity sector and her work is always on deadline and within budget. I’d definitely recommend her copywriting and editorial services.”


Ben Butler, former Head of Digital at Drinkaware:

“Trina wrote a number of articles for the Drinkaware website, which consistently ranked as the most popular on our charity’s well trafficked site. She is an exceptional writer who has the rare ability to take complex issues and make them live, breathe and resonate with an audience. Her skill for asking challenging questions in interviews with preeminent medical professionals led to some hard hitting health features on the Drinkaware site, but she never lost sight of the tone, manner and approach of Drinkaware. Our content can range from in-depth medical content to lifestyle features on how alcohol can impact relationships. Regardless of topic, Trina’s writing always delivered, engaged and stimulated debate.”


Sarah Jackson, former Content and Engagement Lead at UKCP:

“Trina wrote and edited a suite of new content for UKCP’s website aimed at members of the public seeking psychotherapy or counselling and people who might be interested in training to become a therapist. Trina handled several tricky briefs with ease and transformed some extremely dense, specialist copy into clear and accessible guidance with a professional but approachable tone.

“During a busy project, Trina’s ability to independently research a subject and synthesize her findings with the key audience in mind was incredibly valuable, as was her knowledge of digital copywriting, and she consistently delivered exactly what I was looking for in the first draft.

“We had previously worked together on another website project at Womankind Worldwide, for which Trina also delivered work of a very high standard, and I hope to work with Trina again in the future.”


Gemma Elliott, Membership Communications Manager at Jisc:

“I worked with Trina on a project to develop a toolkit on how to communicate impact. As a skilled writer, the impact stories she produced were fun, readable and engaging whilst the content she wrote for the toolkit demonstrated not only a detailed understanding of the storytelling process, but how to uncover and demonstrate impact. Trina always takes the time to share and explain things. As a novice writer, I was keen to learn and she kindly took the time to review and provide feedback on my first impact story which helped to build my confidence.”


Paul Cottam, former Communications Consultant at Spinal Injuries Association:

“Having worked with Trina while an editor at WWF-UK and more recently on the launch of the Spinal Injuries Association website, I can wholeheartedly endorse her skills and professionalism. Trina turns corporate lingo into comprehensible and engaging content. And she does it with gusto and enthusiasm. She’s also a highly engaged contractor to work with, and is inquiring and super-engaged throughout. With a friendly nature and client-friendly approach, I can leave Trina to research write and edit pieces with minimal supervision.

“Her advanced style and attention to detail is amazingly reassuring – there are rarely or never errors in the copy she produces. I also found her fair and balanced in her pricing, and completely transparent to boot.”