Clients I have worked with and some of the lovely things they’ve said…
‘I first started working with Lucy and the team at Mind while we were researching the OCD storyline for Craig on Coronation Street. Lucy’s input was invaluable and really helped shape the story to make it more realistic and not just another stereotypical portrayal of a mental illness on television.
‘Since then Lucy has worked closely with the research team at Coronation Street on various other mental health storylines notably the psychosis storyline with Carla in 2019. We hope to continue working with Lucy to bring depth and realism to any of our future storylines on our show dealing with mental health or addiction.’ Victoria Bradley-Smith, Researcher
Time to Change
‘Lucy’s been a fantastic source of support for the Time to Change team over the past few months, interviewing and writing up the stories of our amazing media volunteers (people with personal experience of mental health problems who are willing to share their stories with the media). Lucy is warm, friendly and completely professional so we always felt safe trusting her with our supporters. I’d recommend Lucy to anyone in need of PR, journalism or copywriting support.’ Julie Evans, Communications Manager
Surface Area Dance Theatre
‘Lucy supported us with a PR and social media campaign for Project Godie, a butoh dance performance exploring Japanese heritage and culture. With her support, we achieved national and regional coverage, contributing to the company’s growing international reputation and increasing audiences for our North East performances.’ Nicole Vivien Watson, Creative Director
Natasha Devon MBE/Bauer Media – Where’s Your Head At?
‘Lucy is hardworking, efficient and honest. She also really makes the effort to understand the subject matter and can be trusted completely to relay it accurately to Media. I’d definitely recommend her services for any charity, campaign or third sector organisation’.
Natasha Devon MBE
‘We worked with Lucy on a number of projects and really valued the way in which she connected with what we are about. She took time to understand not just the marketing and PR goals – but really got to know us as an arts organisation with all our values and quirks. Her commitment and creativity was just what we needed’. Anna Wilkinson, Director
Newcastle United Foundation
‘During the development of the mental health campaign #BeAGameChanger, Lucy was instrumental in the successes that the campaign achieved. Lucy brought her expertise, knowledge and thorough understanding of marketing and mental health to our team. This helped to address areas which were beyond our knowledge base and added extra dimensions to our campaign.‘ Oliver Bell, Health and Wellbeing Manager