David Stuchbury

Copy Editor, Ghostwriter, Writer

Making your message clear

My role is multi-faceted - I produce clear editorial content for the publications I work for and I work closely with businesses in multiple fields to produce copy that helps create a powerful and consistent message. This gives you, the business owner, time and confidence to get on with the job of running your business.
Utilizing my social media skills I can also ensure that your message is communicated to the right people through the right channels.

After completing a Masters in Philosophy I set out for Tokyo Japan. Eight productive years included a role with the national press covering fashion before returning to the UK with family. Time spent as editor of a local magazine honed my interview, B2B and team management skills.
More recently I've focused on social media through blogging. Mastering the complexities of SEO and excellent design to maximize my reach.
Content Types
Article, Product Description, Website Copy, Blog Post
More Information
University of London, Philosophy/Humanities
Milton Keynes, UK|English, Japanese

Published Content

Blog Post
Fear Not! Writtenafterwards

An overview of Japanese fashion brand and 'out of the box' thinkers writtenafterwards.

July 11th, 2017
Blog Post
On appropriate Black appropriation

An analysis of western representations of black models and fashion and how this can be better appropriated Africans and those from the diaspora.

July 31st, 2019
Focus on: Reem Alasadi | The Japan Times

A focus on British Fashion designer Reem Alasadi as she introduced a multi-layered collection to an enthralled Tokyo public.

April 12th, 2009
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Hiroko Koshino Interview in Metropolis Magazine

in 2008 I ran an interview with Japanese Fashion icon - designer Hiroko Koshino at her Tokyo headquarters in Azabu. The article ran as a primer for her bi-annual contribution to Japan Fashion Week. Her show, always one of the week's highlights, integrated Western aesthetic with nods to her native Japan.

Blog Post
Beyoncé’s varied shades (by David Stuchbury)

5 reasons why Beyonce shifted the cultural landscape by virtue of two Chameleon-like shifts.

Focus on: Yasuko Furuta | The Japan Times
April 12th, 2009
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