Seeking stellar copy to differentiate your campaign, brand, or blog?
Maybe you need a seasoned writer/producer to shape narrative for video or print.
Or perhaps you're in search of a documentary junkie with a weird penchant for former child stars (hey, a girl can dream).
Whatever your story, mine goes like this: I’m a freelance writer and producer with solid messaging instincts and a knack for nailing desired voice and deadlines.
Broadcast credits include PBS, NBC Sports Network, A&E, and Discovery Channel’s Cash Cab. In 2019 I co-wrote and co-produced the documentary Horror Noire: A History of Black Horror, currently 100% fresh on Rotten Tomatoes.
I provide copywriting and editorial services for B2B and B2C companies including universities and major healthcare systems.
My stories have been published in The Philadelphia Inquirer, Weird New Jersey, Antenna-Free TV, Media Bistro, and South Jersey Magazine. In 2007, I authored Arcadia Publishing’s Images of America: Clementon, a photo essay book on the history of my hometown.
I enjoy sociology, American history, urban planning, cemeteries, abandoned places, quirky stories, and quirkier people. Usually.
Want to connect? Pull up a chair, literally or otherwise, and reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.