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Copywriter | Brand Storyteller | Copyeditor
I raise the quality of digital, corporate, and creative writing for top-tier brands and clients across multiple industries, genres, and areas of expertise. No ego, no drama. Just persuasive, powerful copy in long and short form. I approach every project as an opportunity to express inspiring, innovative ideas and share each client’s unique vision in a way their customers immediately understand. Companies as diverse as Accenture, Avanade, Boston Consulting Group, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Educational Epiphany, Scholastic, PepsiCo, and Warner Bros. Television Group know the level of agility, collaboration, and initiative I bring to the job. Let me show you.
Editor at Steel Media Ltd
In my spare time (jokes, who has any of that these days?) I'm an artist, tattooer and musician. I'm passionate about alternative culture, the human experience and making up silly words. As an ex-archaeologist I get easily distracted by old (especially industrial) stuff, and will talk your ear off about anything hinting at the Fortean. Always down for an in-depth discussion about the work of Douglas Adams or your favourite festival - or a game of Magic the Gathering. I've worked in editorial (print and digital) and content creation roles for over a decade now, being head-hunted by the national press in the early days of Twitter and going on to work as a social media consultant before becoming a professional festival reviewer (I know that doesn't sound like a real job) and making my own fun by inserting oblique references to nerd culture into my writing. I like to try new things, learn new skills, meet new people and, most importantly, have fun. Send me a message, let's chat about stuff, or at least be friends on Pokemon Go! *A note on formatting - some of the below stories appeared on a now defunct website, and I no longer have access to the associated images. The words are all there! But you'll have to use your imagination for the visuals, I'm afraid. Soz!*
Business Journalist & Engagement Manager
About me... I am an experienced writer, editor, and business journalist working as an Australian-registered sole trader under my registered business: MGK Writing Services. I am also a student, currently completing my Bachelor of Arts/ Writing double degree at the University of Canberra. I major in Literary Studies and minor in Creative Writing, the latter being a personal passion. I have so far had the pleasure of writing for peak body organisations, not-for-profits, industry leaders, national and international franchises, SMEs, and sole traders. I value respect, passion, creativity, equity, and courage above all else. I grew up in a rural village and regional stories remain very dear to my heart. I am currently working as Business Journalist for Region Media and Engagement Manager for The New England Times... and I'm loving every moment. Writing is my world. Come and join me in it!
I'm Ciara Dominique, a freelance journalist dedicated to developing the stories around us everyday. Specializing in drawing connections and weaving concepts esoterically, common subjects include but are not limited to music, psychology, culture, art and our contextual experiences amidst it all. Diversification in work is important to a well rounded lens therefore I DJ, self publish/distribute a zine, and have experience hosting radio, podcasts, and events. Thank you for your perusing! Have a great day!
Lifestyle International Journalist
I'm working as a reporter, editor and contributor spanish & mexican media (Grazia España, Grazia México & Latam, Food and Travel México, Gourmet de México, Univision, México Desconocido, Condé Nast España y México, Travel & Leisure México, Life & Style México, JotDown España, Compolitan Latam, Harpers Baazar México, Esquire Latam, Magazine La Vanguardia, Menú El Universal, El Financiero México).
General Assignment Reporter, Newsday
I adore breaking news, excel at finding the sources to do so and spotting holes in what's presented -- hopefully improving the outcome. It’s wonderful working with such a talented group excelling in so many areas, including video and graphics. No newcomers to SEO. My hope is my public service aims, starting with my Reuters Holocaust restitution series, will appeal to you. Researching, spotting a new angle -- and then writing as simply as possible to truly explain complex problems, from global warming to COVID-19, are some of my strong suits. Curiosity always serves me well. For Reuters, where I worked most of my career, I covered many financial markets; New York, NYC and states from Maine to Virginia, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Texas, reporting on all manner of policies, legislation and budgets. Breaking news with New York City's budgets was one strength. Covering 9/11 -- from the attack through the reconstruction -- later led me to report for Newsday about flawed safety gear provided often immigrant asbestos workers. For Reuters TV, I interviewed a few dozen governors, treasurers, mayors and the like; wrote companion stories; gave live reports. I've co-moderated Crain's Business Breakfast panels; spoken on journalism panels. A Loyola Law School public service fellowship was wonderful. Recently I was on "Crime Stories with Nancy Grace at 7 minutes, 29, 36, 39, 42, for example. https://omny.fm/shows/crime-stories-with-nancy-grace/loving-dad-of-3-at-sons-college-family-weekend-sho. At Reuters, I regularly led competitors covering precious metals, debt, equities and energy -- a highlight was the UN-Iraq oil-for-food talks, a lengthy assignment. My multi-year Holocaust series began when NYC axed a Swiss bank from a bond sale. Two days later that was a front page New York Times story; that wasn't the first; I've had to match them too. Local, national, such as the Wall Street Journal and Washington Post, and global media often ran my stories outlining talks between advocates, governments, museums, rail roads, banks and insurers. I also put Reuters first with the U.S. EPA's demand NYC cleanse its water with a new plant the city said cost too much. That was a bit of a merry-go-round. A recent Newsday story about stiffer rules for wastewater plants benefited from my in-depth experience reporting on this problem. So did a story on the curtailed lives of the oysters planted in New York Harbor's restoration programs. Previous stints: Securities Week, Physicians Financial News, the Research Institute of America, The Wall Street Transcript. Thank you for considering me, Joan
For over a year, Ivy Grace Sarmiento has worked as a content editor, focusing on art, lifestyle, and culture. Her works have been published on Storables.com and in Art Plus. She has a degree in Art Studies with a minor in Sociology as well as a background in Journalism. At present, she's taking a short course at the University of the Philippines Open University while honing her digital art and graphic design skills.
The Armchair, Editorial Writer; Editorial Assistant, Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal
Writer and Editor. MA in Philosophy, BA in Philosophy and Political Science. Writer of critical essays for several years on a variety of platforms and subjects, equally passionate about refining others' critical voice. Always happy to find opportunities for growth in the art of composition. Follow my work at https://medium.com/@Granstafer Contact me at [email protected]