I’ve been writing professionally for decades and excel in a wide range of styles, formats and platforms. Generally acknowledged as the best writer on my corporate teams, I’m usually the last to review a proposal, collateral, presentation or social media post before publication.
Among the many types of writing projects I’ve done are:
- Broadcast commercials
- Corporate video scripts
- Collateral – print and digital
- News releases
- E-learning projects
- Advertising – print and digital
- Social media ads and posts
I’m familiar with the AP Style Guide, Chicago Manual of Style, Microsoft Style Guide, and style guides for each of the global corporations I’ve worked for, including HP, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, and DXC Technology. I’ve also used and developed style guides for smaller organizations.
Confidentiality requirements limit what I can share, particularly for technology companies. To provide some examples, I’ve changed names and other details to protect my clients and employers, but you’ll get a sense of my range and experience.
Whether for radio, television or on-hold messaging, broadcast copy requires short-format copy that condenses an organization’s message into :30 seconds or less. Here are some examples.
As a native of the Texas Gulf Coast, I was able to put a personal spin on this commentary in the aftermath of a major hurricane.
I’ve written copy for many websites, including this page explaining the benefits of language testing for software.