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I am a food & travel writer, former museum curator, and I run a creative agency called Thirst Media. I've been writing SEO-friendly, memorable copy for a range of industries for over 5 years. My published work is often about beer, wine, and spirits. I love recording interesting stories about food culture and history. However, thanks to my Cambridge University education, I have the skills to research new topics quickly. Although new to Scripted I have many clients who return to me regularly. They value the speed at which I produce accurate work that perfectly fits their brief.

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The Death of the Cornershop?

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