Hi – my name is Amelia Carruthers, and I’m a freelance copywriter, editor and academic tutor based in Chiswick, South-West London.
After completing an MA in Art History, History and Philosophy at the University of St. Andrews, I moved to Bristol, where I finished an M.Phil in Modern History. I worked as a writer and editor for an independent publishing company, before joining Oxford University Press and their digital publishing team as an Associate Marketing Manager. After relocating to London, I worked as the Communications Manager for the Society of Antiquaries, before moving onto my own freelance projects.
Writing and Editing Services
I now work in London as a freelance copywriter, editor and academic tutor. I specialise in online writing, proof-reading and editing for academic, cultural and charitable enterprises. However if you have any projects you would like to discuss, don’t hesitate to get in touch. I’m always on the look-out for new challenges (big or small)!
Creating a complete Business Plan for a London-based mobile planetarium company – successfully securing £25,000 funding from Virgin Start Up Loans.
Re-branding content and setting up a new WordPress website from scratch for Dr David L Beales. Take a look >
Responsible for creating the Marketing, Communications and Digital Infrastructure sections of a successful £4.3 million Heritage Lottery Fund bid for Kelmscott Manor (the home of William Morris). Read more on The Guardian >
Managed the Society of Antiquaries fortnightly cultural heritage newsletter. View the archive >
Lead digital marketer on the ground-breaking New Oxford Shakespeare Online project. Visit the website >
Assisting and advising on the successful £8,000 Arts Council England and Heritage Lottery Fund bid for The Ghost Tree Project; an art based ecology initiative. Read more >
One of my highest viewed Oxford University Press blogs: Life Lessons from Shakespeare and Marcus Aurelius >
My own blog at www.ameliacarruthers.com
I am passionate about the arts, history, literature and creative endeavours – activities which I believe should be accessible to as many people as possible. Consequently, I write a blog which reflects my activities critiquing and documenting adventures into artistic, historical and philosophical goings-on. My writing has been featured on: