Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  1. Which services do you offer?

  2. Who are your clients?

  3. How much do you charge?

  4. How do I order?

  5. When and how do I pay?

  6. ​What qualifications / accreditation do you have?

  7. What experience do you have?

  8. Can I sample some of your work?

1. Which services do you offer

  • Reseach

  • Writing (news / feature articles / columns, ghost-writing

  • Reporting

  • Interpreting (German / English)

  • Translation (German to English)

  • Voice-overs in English.

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2. Who are your clients?

  • English-language mainstream and specialist media publications including newspapers, magazines, websites and periodicals.

  • Press and PR agencies who require Research, Reporting and Writing.

  • Private corporations who require Writing and Editing of English-language newsletters and promotional material.

3. How much do you charge?

Most media outlets have their own set rates for freelancers. This can be for:

  • the word count per article.

  • a day rate for research  / reporting.

If you do not have a set rate then we can negotiate our own rate based on your requirements and the size of your publication, or your corporate budget.

4. How do I order?

Simply get in touch. You can either email, complete this short order form or phone me. I will then give you a free, non-binding quote for the work. Please let me know:

  • your publication

  • the service you wish to order (research, writing etc.)

  • your deadline

  • any other relevant data such as focus theme

 

5. When and how do I pay?

1.      First we agree a price.

2.      Upon completion of the work, I then send you an invoice for the agreed amount. 

3.      You then transfer the agreed amount by bank transfer to my account in Germany.

 

 

6. What qualifications / accreditation do you have?

I hold a Post-Graduate Certificate in Periodical Journalism from the London College of Arts. Since 2001 I have been a member of:

  • the British National Union of Journalists (NUJ).

  • the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ).

7. What experience do you have?

  • Published news and feature articles since 1998. This  includes articles for mainstream press such as The Times and The Telegraph.

  • Published news and feature articles for specialist publications such as The Lancet, The Catholic Herald and Professional Builder.

  • Also work training German corporate communications departments to work in English, ghost-writing for PR /

  • Communications agencies and corporate Voice-overs.

  • Commissioned research for press and PR organisations.

You can find more details in the Media CV / Resume.

8. Can I sample some of your work?

Certainly. You can read samples of published articles for a range of publications.