I’ve been writing for as long as I can remember, longer if the evidence of the packing crates I scribbled on in my infancy is anything to go by.
Since the late 1980s I’ve been turning words into daily bread. Many of them exist in physical form on actual pieces of paper, but this website showcases a selection from the digital age including interviews with household names including Al Pacino, Johnny Depp, Paul Weller and Roger Daltrey, as well as Smokey Robinson, Debbie Harry, Tony Benn and Johnny Marr; as well as a host of reviews, human interest features and a range of pieces about my home county of Dorset – a lifelong source of inspiration.
I’ve also written books, short stories, plays, artist biographies and speeches.
As a commercial copywriter I have produced website content, production scripts, brochure copy and press releases and worked on digital media projects.
A passion for words is only the beginning. If you need a writer who wants to be read then don’t hesitate get in touch and let’s see what we can do.
What they say
‘Commissioning Nick Churchill is a fuss-free process; he understands what we need and how we want it written and then delivers it on time, complete and to specification. He also has a keen eye for the kinds of things we are after, and must have close to a perfect pitching record, which is unmatched in my 25 years of commissioning. In short he is utterly reliable and a joy to work with.’ Joel Lacey, Editor, Dorset Life
‘Nick Churchill possesses that rare combination of integrity and discretion. He manages to get the job done however delicate it maybe without losing his own credibility as a writer or interviewer. In a world currently going through ‘the change’ he manages to maintain his erection. Unlike myself he would find a more appropriate and acceptable analogy.’ Gordon Haskell, singer-songwriter/agitator
Yeah Yeah Yeah: The Beatles & Bournemouth
A comprehensive account of the many unexpected connections between the greatest rock ‘n’ roll group of them all and a small resort on the south coast of England, this unique book features many previously unpublished photographs of the Fab Four at the height of Beatlemania and is available from Amazon.