Liz has over 25 years’ management experience in marketing and creative writing. Her past career included working with a number of membership organisations, such as the RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects and SEMS (South Eastern Museums Service).

She has been writing for over 30 years, from formal essays and dissertations to conference papers, awards applications to social media soundbytes, press releases to website copy. She is expert in correct grammar usage with an eye for detail and has edited many papers for publication in a range of media. Since 2013, Liz has been a judge for the BBC Radio 2, 500 Words writing competition for children.

When not working, Liz enjoys knitting, photography, sketching and taking her dog on beach and park walks.


Head of Security, our office dog, Lutyens loves meeting and greeting all visitors. After a friendly hello, he’ll revert to his professional role of guarding the perimeter walls.

Lutyens is named after Edwin Lutyens, architect of the Cenotaph in Whitehall, the India Gate in New Delhi, the Thiepval Memorial in France and Castle Drogo in Devon.


The business was established in 2013 to respond to a need in the marketplace: offering real solutions for real businesses, using the changing social media communications hand in hand with conventional marketing and PR strategies.

The team at Communication Crossroads currently keep up to date with the changing trends in online fashion and social media trends, in order to best deliver these to our clients. Whether its talking on twitter, fantastic in Facebook, laughing in LinkedIn, instantaneous in Instagram, or being brilliant in blogging, we can raise your business to the forefront of the social media platforms.