Sally Stott is a freelance journalist, copywriter, script reader, hand model and cat sitter.
She divides her time between writing for other people, writing for herself and looking after cats. She specialises in arts reviews, blogs, features and weighty, but highly readable, reports. She rides a bike, she left school at the age of eight, and she has read over 10,000 scripts.
People she has written for include the BBC, Guardian, Scotsman, The Stage and Nesta. People she has worked for include ITV (listings editor) and her mother (cleaner). She is a judge for the Fringe First awards for new writing.
In 2009, she was the runner-up of the Allan Wright Award for journalistic excellence. In 2010, she was shortlisted. In 2011, she became too old to enter.
She comes from Robin Hood’s Bay, North Yorkshire and lives in Battersea, London.
If you would like her to write you something, please get in touch.