About

I write content that people want to read, using language to empower connection.

I’m a professional copywriter, editor, content creator, and digital marketing day-oner who believes that great content starts with honest connections. I fuse personality, wit, and fun into every piece of copy I write, weaving digital stories that form lasting relationships with readers. My literary career and my marketing career run parallel and compliment each other with craft and curiosity. Looking to find your angle and stay true to your brand? Let’s create together.

Expertise

Copywriting

From high-profile ad copy, to internal documents, RFP’s, pitches, and more, I can make anything fun to read.

SEO

All of my content is written with SEO best practices in mind. I help my clients rank high more often with strategic blogging plans that work for their business.

Content Writing

I have written blogs for a number of industries, from real estate to heavy machinery, retail brands, fashion, wellness, business, and more.

Editing

I have edited books of poetry, short story collections, case studies, and more. Critical thinking and reading are two of my favourite hobbies.

Experience

Freelance Writer/Editor

Self-employed

My work has been published internationally both in print and online. My career has always sat at the intersection of literature and marketing, which means I write equal amounts of poetry and jaw-dropping online content.

Creative Writer

AntiSocial Solutions + Thinkingbox

I helped ideate and strategize in-depth marketing plans for brands big and small. I wrote video scripts, pitched content to clients, and helped brands figure out their place in the online world.

Magazine Assistant

EVENT Magazine

A wonderful magazine run by wonderful humans. I help EVENT handle their social media strategy along with providing written content for their website.

Producer/Host

OffBrand Radio Show

What can I say, I love to create! The OffBrand Show hosted dozens of Canadian artists across disciplines (painters, rappers, actors, and more) as we dug deep down into what art is “supposed” to look like.

Let’s get creative.