I’m Tim Fulton, owner and operator of media communications consultancy, Tim Fulton Media.
I grew up on a sheep and crop farm at Swannanoa, not far from where I now live and work. I provide writing and media relations advice in a range of industries, but particularly agribusiness and construction.
My work includes writing and advice for machinery company Case IH, animal breeding firm CRV Ambreed and construction industry co-op, CBS.
I aim to keep things simple and personal but professional, with a plan to fit your business and situation. And I am also happy to work with community groups to support wider Waimak and Hurunui causes.
Take a look at www.timfultonmedia.co.nz for more.
Tim was editor of New Zealand Farmers Weekly for eight years from 2004-2012 and covered the 2014 General Election for Fairfax Media as a senior politics writer, supplying news, features and commentary to The Press, Stuff and other print publications. He then covered local and national business news before joining a Christchurch communications agency in 2016.
In 2017 Tim established his own writing and communications business, contributing general news and features for a variety of publishers including Deer Industry New Zealand (Deer Industry News), NZ Farmlife Media (Countrywide, Dairy Exporter) and Global HQ (The New Zealand Farmers Weekly).
He now also, through his business, creates stories, copyrighting and media for a vast array of different people and businesses. Helping them to tell a riveting story that is consistent with their aims and ideals
Tim has developed lasting contacts in the farming and broader business community, in politics and among community groups. He’s an original thinker with an ability to build rapport and craft solutions for a range of media issues.