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Writer specialising in technology, gaming, and geekery.
I'm here because I enjoy writing, and because I'm reasonably good at it. Yeah, I can write. Will I write for you? Absolutely. Let's make dreams happen. - Experienced technology and gaming writer. - Skilled in writing and editing. - Experienced with image, video, and audio editing.
Creating content that engages hearts and minds
Strategic-thinking writer with talent, creativity and passion for crafting content that resonates with stakeholders. Tenacious and diligent researcher, interviewer, and process manager who excels at distilling and transforming complex information into narratives that engage hearts and minds. In addition to these skills, I bring a collaborative, team-player mentality, relationship building finesse, and the energy and drive to consistently produce outstanding results that exceed expectations.
Public Affairs & Communications Strategist
Lesa Spivey is a highly organized, forward thinking and creative public affairs and communications professional with more than 25 years of experience working with diverse organizations. She has the skills and expertise to develop and implement strategic solutions throughout all stages; concept formulation, research and development, senior strategic counsel, execution, and evaluation. Below are a few samples of her work for your consideration.
United States of America
Expert tech policy reporter; freelance writer and editor
I'm a veteran journalist with more than 15 years of experience writing about the intersection of technology and public policy. My stories have appeared at PCWorld.com, Computerworld.com, NYTimes.com, WashingtonPost.com, ABCNews.go.com, and in CIO magazine. I've worked as a tech-focused freelance writer and editor since mid-2017. I've written stories for cybersecurity and privacy news site The-Parallax.com, for HPE's Enterprise.nxt tech trends website, for IBM's SecurityIntelligence.com, for the Washington Examiner, and for ServiceNow's new Workflow magazine. As a freelancer, I've written extensively about artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, and tech policy. I've also written white papers, op-ed pieces, marketing materials, and blog posts for several other organizations, including the Internet Society. Previously, I worked as senior editor at IDG News Service, the internal wire service at IDG, publishers of PCWorld, MacWorld, Computerworld, and many other prominent tech news websites. I served as the Washington, D.C., correspondent there for nearly 13 years. I've covered net neutrality fights in the U.S. Congress and the Federal Communications Commission, revelations of mass surveillance programs at the National Security Agency, and huge online protests over a controversial online copyright enforcement bill. As a tech policy expert, I've appeared on C-SPAN and the giant NTN24 Spanish-language cable news network. From someone who has edited hundreds of my stories: Grant is "an exceptional reporter, an especially strong writer, both on impossible deadlines and with analysis and other long-form stories, and a talented editor. His long-time direct supervisor refers to him as 'unflappable,' and I can think of no better way to describe his demeanor. We should all aspire to be so cool. Harried editors take note: Grant is a dream to edit, the sort of reporter you will wish again and again that you could clone." From another editor: "Grant is one of the top journalists I’ve worked with in my career. He’s a total pro and can do it all: reporting, writing, and editing. As a reporter and writer, he is fast, accurate and has a knack for quickly digging up sources on just about any topic. Over the years, as the IDG News Service’s Washington correspondent, he developed a deep understanding of the technology policy issues that have risen to the top of the national consciousness. He is unflappable, thoughtful and conscientious ... It’s been a godsend to work with a journalist like Grant, who seems to have had the uncanny ability to anticipate the needs of the news team on a daily basis." My other interests include music and guitars, baseball and the Baltimore Orioles, tinkering and building, video gaming and getting beat by my kid while video gaming. Contact me: [email protected]
Broadcast Journalist, Investigative Journalist
A journalist by profession with experience in theatre. A Monash University graduate. Someone who will go all the way for a story but will always work within the boundary of journalistic ethics and codes of practice. I believe the best stories are those that you know nothing about, purely for the reason that you are able to fully engage, understand, and write with complete curiosity and an unbiased mind.
Copywriter | Content Writer | Copyeditor
UK-born and Australian-based, I love the art of storytelling for business - combining strategy with creativity whilst being bang on with the detail. I have worked with many well-known and emerging brands, engaging both consumer and B2B markets with great results. Take a look at some of my work.
Communications and content professional
Kate Sena is a public relations communication and content professional located in the greater New York City area. She has experience writing for a variety of clients, including B2B technology enterprises, consumer fashion apps and marketing technology platforms. She frequently conducts intake calls with enterprise thought leaders, ranging from technical SMEs to C-Level executives, and creates content on their behalf. Kate is a strong writer and can easily make complex, technical topics resonate with readers of all backgrounds.
I'm a writer, editor and former expat who has conceptualised, pitched and written stories for some of the world's top-notch publications. My articles have appeared in CNNGo.com, Condé Nast Traveler, Vogue, The Times of India and more on a wide variety of subjects including Movies, Architecture, Arts, Travel, Technology, Interior design, Celebrities, Lifestyle and Fashion. My extensive travels and experiences living in different parts of the world are reflected in my writing. In addition to writing, I also have a keen interest and passion in photography, food, cinema and music. I speak five different languages-a result of a well-traveled lifestyle.
United States of America
Consultant and Editor in Chief at Technivorz
Raul is a B.Sc. in Innovative entrepreneurship and has a lot to say about innovations in all aspects of digital technology and online marketing. While he's not enjoying travel, football and great food, you can find him on Technivorz blog