I’m Tim Fulton, owner operator of communications consultancy, Tim Fulton Media and author of Kiwi Farmers Guide to Life, a collection of NZ farming stories.
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, including 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.
Other projects include books for independent publisher, Bateman. These titles, due for release in 2021, are a follow-up to Tim’s first book, Straight off the Tussock, a family memoir published by Fraser Books in 2005.
In all my communications 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.
I 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. I then covered local and national business news before joining a Christchurch communications agency in 2016.
In 2017 I established a 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).
As a media consultant I create stories, copyrighting and media for an array of people and businesses, helping you tell a riveting story that is consistent with your aims and ideals
I’ve developed lasting contacts in the farming and broader business community, in politics and among community groups. I would also venture I’m an original thinker with an ability to build rapport and craft solutions for a range of media issues.