At Avion, we’re proud as punch to welcome two new copywriters to our buzzing South Melbourne office.
Possessing a diverse range of creative, analytical and upbeat people skills (in addition to writing skills, of course!), Emma and Jay are perfectly placed to take our content agency to the skies.
Embarking on large projects here, there and everywhere, 2016 is going to be an exciting year for Avion. Weeeeee! Watch this space.
‘Till next time!
Best wishes, Natalie & the Avion team
Bachelor of Communication (Advertising)
Emma has experience working in digital agencies for some of the world’s biggest brands including ADIDAS and MYER. She loves big ideas, effective communication, and wants her work to have a positive impact on the world. Besides her passion for writing, Emma also enjoys hiking, art and listening to girl bands.
Bachelor of Arts (Creative Writing) Associate Degree in Professional Writing and Editing
Jay obsesses over the connotations of words. He’s written for TEDx and the Australian Lesbian and Gay Archive, and edited the City of Yarra’s ‘The Telling Tree’ storybook created by LGBTIQA+ youth. Jay is studying a Master of Writing and Publishing and writing a creative manuscript.
Content tips & tricks
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