Narrative is often how we make meaningful connection. We get to know each other through personal and shared stories. We relate to businesses and brands when our own ethos line up with an entity's history and mission. We become loyal followers of chefs, musicians and artists when we love their art, and even more so when we know something of the person behind the craft. Compelling narrative is essential to reaching any audience.
Since 2008, I've written magazine articles in a narrative-style with a journalistic hat, newsletters for MBA alumni and fashion company employees, product descriptions for website listings, interviews with creatives, and biographies for musicians and winemakers. I've produced essays on the complex subject of wine and technical articles on the uses of synthetic fertilizer to grow food in developing nations where it was nearly impossible. I've ghost-written opinion pieces advocating for better education, promotional copy for a hospital's latest imaging technology, and grants for a nonprofit that serves the blind and print impaired. I've also written a novel and hundreds of personal essays.
The written word is one of the most powerful tools you can use to share your message and connect with your audience. You want to work with an experienced, amiable deadline-hitter professional; let’s work together.
Good Grit Magazine
The Times Daily
The Carriage Wine & Market
WRBH Radio for the Blind & Print Impaired
Tales of the Cocktail Foundation
The New Movement Theater & Conservatory
The Tasting Panel
The Clever Root
University of North Alabama
Single Lock Records
International Fertilizer Development Center NGO