Welcome to Pepperstorm

We love words: in print, online, spoken and sung.

We’re a friendly gang of writers, editors, SEO experts & social media superstars. Our team members are based all over the world and we bond over a shared passion for language, travel and Stevie Nicks-grade quantities of caffeine.

David Harfield - Pepperstorm CEO

Who What Where Why?

Helping businesses of all sizes achieve their potential is what gets us up in the morning (that and a crippling anxiety over which starting word to use in Wordle).
 
 
That’s why we don’t settle into comfortable spaces and leap at the opportunity to explore new industries. We now know more about action sport videography, shipbroking and medical marijuana than we ever thought possible.

How we got here

An early career in travel journalism and copywriting gave Dave the inspiration to create an agency that could take on clients and team members from all over the world. 

This tribe of scribes would lend their expertise, personalities and skill sets to each account. We’d be agile enough to scale up to any requirement yet flexible enough not to lock anyone into a long-term contract.

Six years, dozens of new team members and countless espressos later, Pepperstorm has written millions of words for hundreds of clients and helped them achieve truly outstanding results.

And we’re still only just getting started.

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The past, present and future walk into a bar. It was tense. 🥁 Don't date apostrophes. They're way too possessive. 🥁 You should always put 'i' before 'e', except when you run a feisty heist on a weird, beige, foreign neighbour. 🥁 The past, present and future walk into a bar. It was tense. 🥁 Don't date apostrophes. They're way too possessive. 🥁 You should always put 'i' before 'e', except when you run a feisty heist on a weird, beige, foreign neighbour. 🥁 The past, present and future walk into a bar. It was tense. 🥁 Don't date apostrophes. They're way too possessive. 🥁 You should always put 'i' before 'e', except when you run a feisty heist on a weird, beige, foreign neighbour. 🥁 The past, present and future walk into a bar. It was tense. 🥁 Don't date apostrophes. They're way too possessive. 🥁 You should always put 'i' before 'e', except when you run a feisty heist on a weird, beige, foreign neighbour. 🥁 The past, present and future walk into a bar. It was tense. 🥁 Don't date apostrophes. They're way too possessive. 🥁 You should always put 'i' before 'e', except when you run a feisty heist on a weird, beige, foreign neighbour. 🥁 The past, present and future walk into a bar. It was tense. 🥁 Don't date apostrophes. They're way too possessive. 🥁 You should always put 'i' before 'e', except when you run a feisty heist on a weird, beige, foreign neighbour

Our Team

We’ve filled our team with friendly, like-minded souls who love creating compelling content and chatting about their hobbies.

Our blend of voices and specialties means that we can match the ideal writer to suit your brand tone.

Dave

Dave

CEO

Has codependency issues with his Kindle. Never met a dad joke he didn’t like. Insists on huge guitars in every office.

Nicole

Nicole

Project Manager

Can often be found wandering through museums. Greets every dog she sees. Loves eating her way across a new country.
Claire

Claire

Editor

Is an unabashed bird nerd. Loves a chunky fantasy novel. Simply cannot resist a cheese platter.

Jolita

Jolita

Social Manager

Happiest when on a plane to somewhere far too hot. Revels in the instant, global connection of social media. Can often be found doomscrolling Vogue’s comment threads.

Erin

Erin

Copywriter

Gets a hit of endorphins when entering a bookstore. Has impulse control issues when glazed donuts are nearby. Easily distracted by her dog’s cuteness.

Katie

Katie

Copywriter

Can’t resist a Stephen King novel. Rarely found without her Sony camera or energetic poodle. Loves exploring new places, especially if beaches or mountains are involved.

Angelica

Angelica

Copywriter

Is addicted to taking pictures of her dog. Believes that good storytelling will save us all. Learned just enough guitar and piano to be able to write songs she’ll never play for anyone.

Adam

Adam

Copywriter

Unashamed prog rock defender. Pub trivia enthusiast. Drawing skills have been described as “unique” by people doing their best to be polite.

Liv

Liv

Copywriter

A fervent fighter for radical joy by any means necessary. Feels the world is her oyster but funnily enough is allergic to shrimp. Coffee = her lifeblood.

Jonny

Jonny

Copywriter

Has an unhealthy obsession with Japan. Has a healthy passion for building websites. Rarely without some sort of tea in his hand.

Matt

Matt

Copywriter

Dreams of strolling along wild beaches in search of driftwood to design model ships. Until that day comes, he collects words and phrases instead.

Madison

Madison

Copywriter

Runs on coffee that’s mostly cream. Could probably survive on Italian food and Chipotle. Never met a dog she didn’t want to adopt.

Rachel

Rachel

Copywriter

Copywriter by day, novelist by night. Addicted to cold coffee, Taylor Swift, and red lipstick. Her TBR may crush her before she gets to read it all.

Carrie

Carrie

Copywriter

An absurdist navigating the chaos of everyday life. Obsessed with tiny versions of normal-sized items. Feels most at home when in a foreign country.

Nadia

Nadia

Copywriter

Fun-loving, dog-obsessed explorer. Passionate about discovering new places. Even more passionate about eating amazing food.

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