It began with a flyer.
In 2004, while serving on a student committee at my university, I was tasked with drafting a flyer promoting orientation sessions to first-year students. Graphic design wasn’t my forte, so I decided to work on the content first. It was right there and then, while holding a printed copy of the finished flyer on A4 paper stock, that I wanted to write content and make a few bucks off it.
A couple of years later I was interning at an ad agency (where I was literally making a few bucks) followed by a string of full- and part-time roles in writing and marketing communications.
Today, with my graphic design skills considerably more polished and writing a lot more than flyers, I provide a broad range of copywriting services as a freelancer.
When experience counts
When experience will play a factor in your selection of a freelance copywriter, look no further. I have over 10 years’ experience doing what I love — writing and managing content!
I research first, write second
Understanding your business and audience is job one. The end product is content that captures your desired tone, style, and key selling points.
Save hundreds off agency fees
I carry considerably less overhead than your staffed agency, which allows me to price my services at very competitive rates.
One writer, one voice
I don’t outsource as I like to control the quality, consistency, and delivery of my work. However, in the rare occasion that I do delegate content to a third-party supplier, I will thoroughly review the finished work to ensure that it meets my client’s needs.