Magazine article Marketing

Pen Portrait

Magazine article Marketing

Pen Portrait

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Trevor Morris started as a marketer for fashion retailer Fenwick before joining PR agency Quentin Bell Organisation as a compaign manager in 1982. He became managing director and chairman in 1984. He has devised campaigns for clients as diverse as Norwich Union, British Gas, Royal Mail and the Government

This writing touches the very edge of the paper on one line but not in others, indicating a writer who has a rather 'exciting' sense of timing. The phrase 'seat of the pants' comes to mind. This is someone who specialises in pulling things off as the clock is actually striking.

This person has a boldness and daring that I find fascinating: a clear case of 'to thine own self be true'.

Writing is a compromise between the speed of the brain and the slowness of the hand, so the faster a writer thinks, the more difficult it is for the hand to keep pace. This signature contains no attempt to achieve legibility. It is big and bold and is more of a cipher than something intended to be read. His writing, however, is legible. …

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