Aidan Leather is a marketing specialist based in London

Aidan Leather on a hill

Hi, I'm Aidan. Day to day, I work as a B2B marketer at a global consulting firm. When I have time, I like to work with startups, small businesses and people doing cool things, too. I'm driven by purpose. So, if you're working on something that helps people live better, let's chat.

I love to work on projects that combine elements of digital, brand and content marketing. I write copy, design, build websites, build dashboards, create content strategies, manage social accounts, run email campaigns... if it's something to do with digital, brand or content marketing, I probably do it.

I have a degree in Philosophy from the University of Warwick. It shapes the way I approach challenges, every single day. I love philosophy -- in my personal life, it helps me find my best self. In marketing, it helps me zoom out and see the bigger picture. I recommend the reading the stoics. And hey, maybe some Sartre, too.

I made this website because I love to build stuff. I guess a personal website was always going to happen. I get to do lots of fun stuff in my job, so I figured: why not share what I learn? Maybe someone will find it useful. Plus, it's super useful for me to capture everything. Naturally, you'll find me talking about philosophy and business on the blog, too.

One final thing. This website is a work in progress -- and probably always will be. I hope you find something useful. Thanks for stopping by!


  • Branding
  • Marketing
  • Strategy
  • Web Design
  • Design
  • Copywriting
  • Content Strategy
  • SEO
  • Social Media


  • Adobe Creative Suite
  • Google Analytics
  • Google Data Studio
  • Webflow
  • Active Campaign
  • Mailchimp
  • Google Search Console
  • SEMRush
  • Python
  • Django
  • HTML
  • CSS
  • Javascript
Premiere Pro
After Effects
Google Analytics
Google Data Studio
Search Console
Active Campaign

What I'm up to

Training for a marathon

I started running in June 2021. Now, I'm training for a marathon. My plan revolves around running 40km - 60km per week and, heck, I'm loving it. I just ran a 22:05 5km - which isn't fast - but I'm happy to see progress.