Amie’s wanderlust for words has led her through a creative writing degree at Falmouth University, seen her raising funds and making noise for ‘Owdyado Theatre and had her creating eye-catching newsletters for Amnesty International’s Women’s Action Network.
Following an internship with the Stranger Collective team, she now takes care of the day-to-day running of the office alongside putting her writerly wiles to a wide range of projects; from developing creative campaign concepts and delivering training, to crafting compelling copy for a smorgasbord of clients.
As words spill out throughout her life there’s always a creative project waiting in the wings; currently she’s got her head stuck in the world of children’s writing and is working on producing her first book.
Looking for a paid creative internship in Cornwall? Well then, you’re in the right place.Read More 〉
When we caught wind of a tribe of startup CEOs and entrepreneurs setting up camp in the Sussex countryside, we needed to know more. With a well-packed programme of workshops, from Deathbed Meditation and canoeing to coding and Kung-Fu, this was set to be a weekend of physical and mental limbering-up, all aimed at those […]Read More 〉
What can writers learn from performance poetry?Read More 〉
Say hello to Toronto based, cold pressed juice company; CEDAR. When it comes to getting more of the good stuff, CEDAR knows exactly what’s what. By packing its juices full of organic fruit and veg, and heaps of delicious nutrients, it keeps your body’s goodness cravings at bay – so you’re free to live life, […]Read More 〉
[This position has now been filled. To see whether we’re recruiting more fresh talent, take a look at our News page.] If you pride yourself on your editing prowess, have a knack for developing creative concepts and an enviable grasp of the written word, we want you on our team. We’re looking for a bright creative […]Read More 〉
This May bank holiday you’ll find the streets of Falmouth bursting with bullshit. Dressed in his signature sequinned jacket, bow tie and bowler hat, Reuben Williams, of Bullshit London, was a hard mark to miss as he lead our merry band of Rafters through his tall tales of the town back in October last year. […]Read More 〉
[This position is now filled. However, we’re often on the look out for new fresh new talent, so check our News pages for the latest.] Do you have an overflowing shiver of ideas? A knack for writing brilliant creative copy? An obsessive, uncompromising approach to quality? And a way with people that means every team […]Read More 〉
Kaleidoscope, bazaar, shiver, kindle, smack, thunder – you might have noticed we’ve got a bit of a thing for collective nouns. And an aurora of polar bears has been one of our favourites for a while. So, to celebrate the new year and Stranger Collective’s birthday this month, we decided to add it to our pack and commissioned the talented […]Read More 〉
Cigarettes, sensational egos, sordid affairs and sexual encounters behind the doors of nth floor offices in Madison Avenue, New York. This is Mad Men. But what about The Real Mad Men? The trials, tribulations, desperation and determination of those advertising agencies which sprung up from the ashes of the war? Of the men and women who […]Read More 〉