Chloe Grabham

Clovar Creative

Translating the world around me into words for others to read and gauge in an experience has always been a driving passion of mine. So much so that I decided to create my own business, Clovar Creative offering freelance writing, photography and social media content solutions. I have loved working with many of my small business clients who have great content and websites but just need a little extra word magic to get their story told. I love working closely with my clients to understand what is the message they are trying to send to their audience and devise a plan on how I can make it happen through content, social media plans and photography if required. If you're after a creative, innovative and outside the box style of creativity, I'd love to hear from you

my core skills

Writing

Photography

Social Media Content

Blogging

Website Content

Copywriting

Q & A

Whats the best thing to happen to you in your career to date?

Working as the editor for Best Restaurants was a great step in my career that opened many doors and helped me gain amazing experience not only as a writer, but also within the industry.

What does a typical work week look like for you?:

I currently work full time as a professional content writer Mon-Fri. In the evenings and and weekends I put my Clovar Creative hat on and work on my clients jobs, my site and if the weather is good head into the wilderness for a spot of camping!

Describe your working environment in a few sentences..

Succulents in pots, black coffee in cup and usually Bowie or Saki on my lap ( my two rescue cats). I like a minimal space, a comfortable chair and no tv's playing.

What sets you apart from other freelancers in your industry?

I have extensive experience in many fields and am a bit of a one stop shop when it comes to delivering creative solutions. I can take care of your content writing needs, social media needs and photography, making all the elements work together and flow. It makes it easier to deliver a united message when you're working all the key elements.

What are the tools of your trade?

My iPhone, my mac book, my iPad, my Canon, my sense of adventure and a coffee.

Do you collaborate with others? If yes, how does that works?

I often guest post on other travel and food blogs. It is a great opportunity to network and share ideas, you can never have too much exposure or connections.

Whats been the biggest freelancing lesson to date?

Sometimes it may feel like it is never going to happen but you need to believe in yourself, try different things and really get your name out there.

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