Blogs, articles, & portfolio writeups, mainly in fintech & design spaces. Injecting words with humour and soul is what I do.
I loathe typos and love oxford commas. Whether you have a bare-bones concept that needs fleshing out or a finished draft that needs polishing, I can help.
“Rats in the organ” historical transcription. Ghostwriting enforcement letters for nonpayment. SOP documentation for client gifts at Christmas time.
If you’ve got something outside the box, I want in.
Don’t know where to start? Want to save yourself time and frustration? I offer a full-service account setup from importing past financial records, to setting up categories, to implementing auto-categorisation rules and more.
Help with structuring your budgets. A comprehensive overhaul of your dashboards. Written documentation with visuals to walk you through a sticky question. Whatever the issue, I’m here to help.
Rachel has an incredible ability to write about complex topics in an engaging, humorous and soulful way. No small feat when it comes to things like money management and budgeting – we love her work!
Head of Marketing, PocketSmith
Having used Rachel’s transcription services for over six years, her work is consistent, with good communication as to timeframes.
C T Templeton
Local Historian, NZ
We have been very impressed with Rachel’s copywriting and marketing work. She is excellent at communicating with us and with the sources for our stories. Overall Rachel has saved us time and money while always delivering a quality result.
Chief Executive, Aoraki Foundation, NZ
I couldn’t be happier with Rachel’s work on my PocketSmith setup and ongoing maintenance. She is efficient and discreet, communicates clearly, takes the initiative, and has saved me dozens of hours by alerting me to potential issues before they could get out of control. Brilliant work.
Roman Resource Management, Perth WA
I just wanted to thank you for all of your hard work and being an absolute delight to deal with. We are so lucky to have you.
Content Marketing Manager, PocketSmith