I drive words to work

My offer to you

Before your next audience of tens or thousands, pitch your stories to me, live, on Zoom or Skype.

Invite my mind to work on your behalf, interactively, real-time,  in a way that nobody close to you will ever do.





Print is just part of it.

As more books, articles, blogs, tweets, emails and thread comments are now written than will ever be read, the success of your writings has to come from the way you deliver words in your podcasts, vids. trailers and at live events.

You are now the main story

Whilst you are on stage, anyone in your audience can be spreading your stories globally  – sharing them as spoken live, capturing them during question time and at improvised face-to-face meetings.

So during live events, meetings, signings, interviews, talks and trade shows, your voiced words and actions need to be informative, inspiring, attention-holding and entertaining. Words which once worked for you when displayed as text, now require intonation, motioned-delivery and pace changes to match your widening audience.

My backstory

My early work with words started alongside the legendary copywriter Dave Southall, producing harder working words for a whole range of organisations including Refugee and Migrant Justice, the Council of Europe, Channel 4, Stoves, MTV, Prodrive, the National Maritime Museum.

In 1985 I co-founded TVRT studios, writing radio ads., sets for MC’s, DJ’s, musicians.

Combining my writing and visualising skills, I co-founded an interior design company, started the Little People Books imprint, joined two architectural firms, a marketing group, an educational partnership and supported a registered charity whilst managing my own company, GJA – Concept and Presentation.

My central focus is now on developing the HoBB Field Centre as a place to host friends, clients, events organisers, fellow writers, researchers and many visiting international students interested in sustainable growth, food security and global ecological balance.

I’ll design the way your words will take you forward :

Start here

Make your free link with me and follow my use of words @_Grant .

As a follower, you can then get a good grasp of my approach to word use and word character and you can instantly network with all my followers for free.



Tapman and Pluggy – told by Grant

Few stories go round and round better than the cycle of water but even fewer storytellers accept the challenge to accompany their characters on their never ending story. Grant is one such storyteller.

Put on your weatherproofs. Get your diving gear. Bring a parachute … and a large net for the floating plastics, a water baliff, a naval frigate to protect seawater fisheries and a team from SAS (Surfers Against Sewage) to protect the water environment.

Whilst you are collecting all you need for this once simple water cycle, invite loads of water treatment engineers around the World to keep your drinking water safe. and, as raindrops, snow, sleet, drizzle and hail all dissolve air borne pollution in their fall to Earth, you may need a soil and crop expert to tell the story of how pollutants in water enter the food cycle.

What was once a simple story to tell of the sea, evaporation, clouds, condensation, streams and rivers, is now a vast tale.

Here’s a painting full of clues to where the story flows as it grows: