Scott Flashheart Elliott

Award-Winning Writer, Podcaster, Flirt.

Spirited and cheeky Copywriter and Brand Voice specialist with over 8 years’ experience defining and refining Brand Voice for a range of big names.

I also write, record, and produce a multi-award-winning podcast series

I excel at talking, teaching, and solving problems; I love managing unusual projects, learning new things and enormous mugs of green tea.

London, GB

Skills

Copywriting, Content management, Project management, Brand identity, Tone of voice, Brand, Audio, Audio production

I'm passionate about good work well done, learning new things and embracing a challenge. (Also, green tea.)

Work History

Text100

Senior Consultant, Brand Voice & Content
B2B
February 2017 – February 2019

DigitasLBi

Social Copywriter, Pigeon Air Patrol
Media/Publishing
March 2016 – April 2016

Cheil

Social Copywriter
June 2015 – January 2016
“High level of community management skills with a good layer of creative input on top.” Louis Haskell

The Social Partners

June 2015
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Recommendations

Scott is brilliant! He is full of creative ideas and is very organised and efficient. Working with him on the paid aspects of the Cadbury’s social media strategy was a great pleasure and fun – it involved serious strategy conversations as well as some funny and personal communication – everything you want from working with your colleagues in social media world! I would highly recommend him to any employer.

Tatjana Udalova, Social Media Planner at MediaCom

Scott has been a valued member POKE for over two years. He's contributed to helping Orange grapple with the creative opportunities social media offers and was part of the team that helped launched EE, successfully putting them at the #1 most 'socially devoted' telco brand of 2012. We'll miss him.

Nick Farnhill, MD, Poke London

I only worked with Scott for a short time, but in that period, he demonstrated a thorough and ever-growing knowledge of social media. He's a quick thinker who found creative and strategic ways to deliver D&AD social content. Although he was brand new to D&AD when I worked with him, he had the confidence of his convictions and fit straight into the Communications team - he isn't afraid to speak his mind and propose ideas but is always open to other approaches. He's also a lot of fun to have in your team.

Maeve O'Sullivan, Group Content Director at Lawton Communications