About Me

Good to meet you, I am your safe pair of hands.

I’ve been in the marketing field for over twenty years and, for the past four years, web design too.

But here’s the best part: my approach to work is anything but ordinary. Let me tell you why.

Firstly, I have a solid grasp of search engine optimisation (SEO) and ensure that every website I build follows best practice. This way, you’ll be amazed at how easily Google can discover your site (you’d be surprised at how many web designers miss out on this important detail).

Secondly, I’ve been in the marketing game long before the internet was even a thing. This means I have a wealth of experience to help you navigate the often confusing maze of marketing options.

Whether this is through marketing coaching or providing ‘done for you’ services, I’ve got your back and I am easy to work with.

So, if you’re ready to take your online presence to the next level, I’m here to make the journey enjoyable and successful. Let’s do this together!

Below is a rundown of the last few years for me and my business.


2011: A magical time at Sotheby’s Institute

I studied decorative art & design from the Renaissance to the late twentieth century.

Swanning about the V&A and wriggling under Boulle marquetry commodes in Parisian antique houses. Heaven. I then worked with some of the top antique dealers in Europe, running their in-house marketing. In 2016 we moved from London to Suffolk and flexibility became my buzz word.


2018: The year that changed everything


Initially known as Social Media at the Kitchen Table, my new business was exactly as it sounds – groups of small business owners and I sat in my kitchen in Suffolk, getting to grips with all things social. Those groups got bigger and bigger…


2019: Wildcurrant took its first steps

Wanting to do more than just socials, I started to build WordPress websites and Wildcurrant was born.

Sarah Norman from the ‘Just a Card’ campaign asked me to come on board and teach digital marketing to her audience of 75,000 on Instagram.

We know what happened next… 2020.


2022: Returning to Shropshire


I caught up with friends I hadn’t seen for years and settled into real country life: wellies, mud and all. I then relaunched Wildcurrant into a whole new region.

Here’s to 2024 and beyond!

The aesthetic I love