About Natalie Trice


I am a Devon based author, freelance writer and PR consultant who knows a thing or two about social media and blogging too.

After teaching English in Japan, I moved to London in 1997 where I forged a successful PR career. I worked in the B2B, broadcast, charity, consumer and corporate sectors on local, regional, UK, EMEA and global levels and loved every minute of it.

From media parties on Red Square to animal magic at London Zoo, I worked my creative magic for Adobe, Animal Planet, Cartoon Network, Discovery Channel, Epson and Hewlett-Packard and many, many more organisations.

I had decent budgets and retained agencies on the ground, but it was my passion for PR, vision for journalistic buy-in and a desire to secure coverage that ensured success time and time again.

With a first class portfolio and an impressive contact book on my desk, I became a freelance consultant in 2007 and have never looked back. I have worked with some amazing, inspiring brands and shown them how the power of the written word and the correct communication channels can truly change the way their business is perceived.

Today my office overlooks the breathtaking South Devon coastline and I work with a range of clients producing accurate, punchy, well-crafted copy that breaths life into their brands. I also write features for magazines, newspapers and websites with a particular interest in books, health, hips and the third sector.

In 2015 I wrote Cast Life: A Parent’s Guide to DDH: Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip Explained and I am currently writing two more books with Nell James Publishing.

From press releases and magazine features, blog posts, books, case studies and newsletters, I produce clear, compelling copy that is on message and within budget.

Whether you’re a commissioning editor, growing business, charity or entrepreneur, if you are looking for attention grabbing headlines, cutting edge copy or proactive PR, get in touch and see how I can help.




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