Sandra LoGiudice | Copywriter Melbourne | About me
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Something short and sweet about me.

From real estate and homewares to fashion, health and entertainment, I can write for you.

It’s clear that you’ve landed here to find out some quick facts about me, whether we can work together and whether I can help you achieve your goals.

Good news: following is a short, 30 second summary that I prepared a little earlier for you.

It should answer most of your questions but if not, call me for a chat or send me an email to book in a free consultation.


My tertiary qualifications in Business (Property), Marketing and Copywriting, complement my practical experience. I’ve worked for corporations such as Mirvac, Colliers International and MIG (now Manhattan Hanson Group) as well as in PR and marketing for various industries.


I connect with people – the good, the bad, the challenging. You can be assured that the behaviours and desires of your targeted audience will be fully understood so that I can write to make them tick.


Copywriting must fit together seamlessly with your whole business strategy. If you don’t have a strategy yet, I can help point you in the right direction. Business and marketing is my background and good copywriting is what I  do today.


I will listen to your business goals and/or those of your clients. Only then will I communicate a clear message to your audience so that you receive the response you need from them.


I am committed to producing high quality work for your business. I pride myself on delivering to happy clients.

Interesting fact: how my copywriting seed was born.

Apart from my tertiary education and experience, I was trained in music and music theory from the age of 5. I’ve also painted and ‘created’ for as long as I can remember, these artworks being the inspiration for writing that was raw and unfeigned. It wasn’t until adulthood that I realised how perfectly music, art and writing connected: music inspired my art, art inspired my words and both gave rhythm and sentiment to my writing. I knew where I was headed and that I could offer a point of difference. Formal qualifications can teach us rules and structure, as they did me, but innate creativity is something that must be had.