I’m a writer, first and foremost.
I’m also an expert communications consultant. I’ve worked with words my entire career. With Louise Robinson Communications, I combine my passion for words and storytelling with extensive business experience in corporate communications, publishing and marketing.
Meaningful messages, creative content and brand clarity
Today, I help small businesses and large organisations to share compelling, clear and meaningful messages with their clients.
You can find me helping organisations to better reach their customers and stakeholders with strategic content, helping small businesses with brand strategy and copy, or running my popular Strategic Content and Copywriting Masterclasses.
No matter where you find me I’ll be talking about the power of words to engage clients, share your story and grow your business.
Experience working with the best
I have extensive experience as a professional writer and communicator, having written and worked for some of Australia’s biggest brands including Pacific Magazines, AMP, NAB, MLC, Suncorp, the NSW Business Chamber, Stuart Alexander, and the Australian Financial Review. I’ve run communications teams for top ASX companies and CEOs, and managed global communications campaigns and programs.
I’m professionally qualified in writing and editing, with a Bachelor of Arts in Communications and English, a Bachelor of Creative Arts in Writing and Editing (both with Distinction) and several professional writing qualifications.
Helping you find your voice and launch your brand
My clients work with me because I help them create the perfect messages for their brand and voice, and map clear, personalised plans for launching their services. And they see the results they’re after.
A creative approach
I’m also a creative writer. I teach creative writing workshops and am currently completing a Masters in Creative Writing. I’ve published my creative writing and won prizes for my fiction including semi-finalist in The British Council Australia’s Realise Your Dream Award for fiction, finalist in the Qantas Spirit of Youth Awards (SOYA) for fiction, and winner of the UOW Library Prose and Poetry Competition.