We help creative folk on a mission to illuminate their message and take their brands next-level.
Little Birdie is a copywriting studio dedicated to powerful storytelling for brands who do good.
We collaborate with forward-thinking types and fanciful folk (just like you) who are on a mission.
Who seek a tuned-in tribe of likeminded lady folk (and cool-as men).
We work with the dreamers and daydream-believers who seek to break new ground; inspire or elevate those around them;
spread creativity, smarts and compassion like confetti, and leave their patch of grass that little bit greener.
Whether you know what you want to say or you’d rather chop 546 onions (no goggles allowed) than have to write an About page,
we’ll help you talk shop in a way that will enable your audience to get you, quick sticks.
By harnessing the power of the written word, we'll elevate your brand. Simple.
My work with words has been seen in...
About Rebecca Hanley (aka head bird)
Rebecca Hanley’s first word was book (true fact, ask her mum). Since then...
// Rebecca has sub-edited the work of writers at many national publications including Elle, Harper’s Bazaar, GQ, Collective Hub, Body & Soul, Women’s Fitness, Cleo, Dolly, Mother & Baby, Pregnancy & Birth, Famous and TV Week.
// Her writing has appeared in numerous magazines and website including Collective Hub, Mama Disrupt, Women’s Fitness, Australian Yoga Life, Mother & Baby, Pregnancy & Birth, Shop Til You Drop, The Knot, Cleo and Dolly (RIP).
// Her business and branding nous was sharpened during her stint at Collective Hub, where she spent 18 months interviewing dozens of start-up founders, entrepreneurs and successful biz types – including the founders of Who What Wear, Coveteur and The Sartorialist – and convinced them to spill the beans on how they got there.
// She learnt all things social media at The Perth Collective's Social Media Masterclass, and attained a coaching qualification through the Beautiful You Coaching Academy where she studied coaching, marketing and more.
// Rebecca has a Bachelor of Media & Communications from Sydney University, a Graduate Certificate in Journalism from UTS and has completed short courses at the NSW Writer’s Centre.