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Award-winning writer, editor, photographer, interviewer, and critical thinker.
More than seven years as a journalist and editor have proven my knack for finding stories that matter tailoring them to my audience, and delivering them on time. As editor and leader of a weekly newspaper, I've honed storytelling, photography, leadership, and social media skills. I am an insightful, persuasive communicator with creative abilities to help content thrive.
Writer & Editor
Amy Campbell chose writing as a path to life-long learning, and it has never let her down. She has put her love of language and stories to work as a reporter, columnist, editor and copywriter in fields from fine art to construction, and after freelancing “on the side” for more than a decade, Amy is now pursuing it full time. She holds a BA in journalism and an MFA in nonfiction writing, and is particularly interested in regional interest and lifestyle topics including food, wine and travel. Contact Amy at amyinbliss0205 (at) gmail.com
writer and editor
Introducing your newest secret weapon: a seasoned, spectacular business writer who never met a deadline she couldn’t beat. I’m a full stack generalist with particular strengths in technology, healthcare, energy, industrial, and medical devices. My writing has been featured in BOSS Magazine, Energy Digital, Healthcare Digital, and more. Past clients include Captricity, HackerOne, Hologic, GE Security, L-3 and others.
United States of America
Freelance Writer and Editor
Writer, journalist and editor with 20 years’ experience in journalism, editing, proofreading, copywriting, social media, corporate and charity communications, publishing and PR/issues management. "It was a pleasure working with James, fantastic copy and so many exciting angles for further ideas – a creative's dream partner! Can't wait for our next collaboration!" Alchemy Mill Design
Seasoned journalist/teacher with overseas experience and a knack for narrative
I recently returned to the U.S. after working in China since 2005, teaching English, Journalism, Business and Western Culture-related courses at three Chinese Universities, while immersing myself in the language and culture. Previously, I worked for six years as a staff reporter at the Pasadena Star-News, San Gabriel Valley Tribune, Whittier Daily News and affiliated weekly newspapers in the suburbs of Los Angeles. I juggled a handful of different city beats, covering both breaking news and features, in addition to spending time on the business desk. My beats included everything from profiles of up-and-coming local musicians to the opaque dealings of secretive city councils. I parsed business earnings reports of major corporations and dug into the impact of the skyrocketing housing prices on local people. From an in-depth look at the behind-the-scenes development of a local high school musical from casting to curtain calls to quirky profiles of one-armed jugglers and a deaf pianist, I love finding the human story at the heart of every decision. In addition to daily deadlines, I frequently contributed photographs, video and social media presence. I have a bachelor's degree in print journalism and a master's degree in intercultural studies. I have a passion for helping people to gain a better understanding of the world and one another.
United States of America
Student at the University of Southern California
Isabel is a student at the University of Southern California pursuing a dual degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing as well as English Narrative Studies. She has past experience as a features writer in the Daily Trojan, USC's student-run newspaper, and has an affinity for writing academic papers. Isabel has an interest working in tech, entertainment, and education fields, passionate about the intersections between psychology, design, storytelling, and business. Contact her through LinkedIn or send an email to [email protected]