I’m a freelance writer and marketing consultant based in Seattle, Washington. I specialize in marketing, copywriting, and content creation for nonprofits, causes, and the arts.
How I Started
I began my marketing and sales career in 1996 as a metalsmith creating wearable art. I sold my work in galleries, created my brand and collateral, and traveled to shows throughout the Midwest. I know firsthand the struggles of marketing art and the causes.
In 2005 I moved into inbound marketing by creating the The Anime Blog, a Japanese pop culture site, which I ran with a partner from 2005 to 2010. I branded and positioned the site and created 98% of all content. The result: The Anime Blog was the number one anime blog of its kind, receiving over 25,000 unique visits per month in 2009. Similar sites average 7,000 per month.
Where I Am Now
Today I still focus on delivering the best to my clients. I dig deep, using data-driven Agile processes to provide in-depth, multifaceted copy and marketing. I formulate inbound marketing strategies to get folks invested and buzzing about brands and causes. I write articles and collateral, fiction and non-fiction.
Here you’ll find a few examples of the copy I’ve written that showcases my writing range (nonprofit collateral, web writing, nonprofit newsletters, magazine articles, etc.) and examples of my branding and marketing skills. Peruse my resumé listing my experience in marketing nonprofits, content creation, and inbound marketing, and let me know what I can help you with.
Thanks for stopping by, and drop me a line if you’d like to work with me or have any questions.