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Bridie Wilkinson

Content Strategist, Manager and Writer

Works remotely from Sheffield

  • 53.385013
  • -1.470097
  • Suggested rate € 350 / day
  • Experience 2-7 years
  • Response rate 100%
  • Response time 1 hour
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Location and workplace preferences

Sheffield, England, United Kingdom
Remote only
Primarily works remotely


Company size
Would prefer:
  • 1 person
  • 2-10 people
  • 11 - 49 people
  • 50 - 249 people
  • 250 - 999 people
Would prefer to avoid:
  • 1000 - 4999 people
  • ≥ 5000 people


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  • English

    Native or bilingual


Skills (7)

Bridie in a few words

I’m a content strategist – which is sort of a hybrid between an editor, a marketer and a creative.

I work with brands and organisations to help them think strategically and holistically about their content. My work involves lots of different parts, from writing to research to problem solving.

I work alone, but I'm also part of a creative micro-agency, Latterly, focused on design and content with storytelling at its heart.




Digital & IT

Content Strategist/Director  - As a freelancer

September 2021 - Today (1 year and 6 months)

Latterly is a creative micro-agency that specialises in incisive and characterful design and content, driven by independent, strategic thinking. We've worked for clients across a variety of sectors, including Marie Curie, National Education Union, Amnesty International UK, Hyatt Hotels and more.

Dear Damsels


Director  - As a freelancer

January 2016 - Today (7 years and 2 months)

Dear Damsels is a publishing platform and community for women writers. We publish empowering collections of fiction, non-fiction and poetry, while our online community supports and encourages women with an interest in writing through free and inclusive submission opportunities. We have four paperback publications, one of which featured in the Guardian’s Best Books of 2021 and another awarded financial support from Arts Council England.

Breast Cancer Now


Digital Content Manager

September 2019 - September 2021 (2 years)

I managed the Content team and oversaw the content of Breast Cancer Now's website, microsites and apps, assisting in the development, optimisation and designed of content.

I led on the charity's content strategy and focused on user experience, content design and research-based solutions for content gaps and problems. This involved working across the charity providing insight and leadership on subsequent content work and strategies across our key campaigns, fundraising products, corporate partners and projects.

Breast Cancer Now


Digital Content Producer

London, UK

April 2018 - September 2019 (1 year and 5 months)

I was the lead on producing content for Breast Cancer Now’s digital platforms, including Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, podcast channels and website. I sourced and interviewed case studies, as well as being a key member of the website development team, migrating pages to new formats and managing popular areas of the website.

Imperial War Museums

Public sector

Digital Coordinator

London, UK

July 2017 - April 2018 (9 months)

I worked alongside the Head of Digital to coordinate the Digital Engagement team. This involved forward planning, project managing and time-lining. I helped manage key Digital projects and outputs, including the IWM website renewal project and digital transformation strategy. This also involved CMS training and co-ordinating regular analytics and reporting plans, assisting with content, technical and product journeys.

Hodder & Stoughton


Studio Executive

London, UK

September 2014 - July 2017 (2 years and 10 months)

I worked with the Art Director and Art Editor to manage workflow of the studio and designers to adhere to Critical Paths, internal deadlines and schedules.

Responsibilities included briefing designers, commissioning freelancers, assisting with shoot prep and project start up meetings, preparing cover meetings, producing progress reports, keeping Biblio3 database and resources up to date, keeping track of circulating covers and their status and general managerial support for the studio. I also managed the studio's social media.