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Technical Content Developer
I'm an experienced Technical Content Developer in the Seattle Metropolitan Area. As a former freelancer, I collaborated with 30+ clients on dynamic blogs, articles and other written projects. I've also written numerous articles on LGBTQ+ topics and related web copy. Thank you! _______________
Professional Writer and Editor
100% Satisfaction Ranking on Upwork.com. “Top-Rated Provider” and member of Upwork's Pro Content Writer's Group. Hiring a writer or editor is an investment in the success of your project, and I'm dedicated to learning about your needs and getting you results. Your project is infinitely important to the success of your business or personal endeavor, and Finesse guarantees perfection. My 30-year history of publishing and 11 years teaching English in university classrooms is the foundation upon which I created Finesse Writing and Editing. As years of teaching have shown me, quality communication is key to success whether you’re a student looking to improve an essay, an individual striving for the highest level of professional recognition, or a business hoping to generate more attention. Whatever your goal, quality writing makes all the difference, and I am committed to providing writing services at affordable rates.
UX WRITER / CONTENT DESIGNER / SR. CONTENT WRITER
I’m a former Los Angeles Times Reporter-turned content developer -- usually for tightly regulated industries: Medical, finance, cybersecurity, and software. I live to simplify the complex.
Mariah Stewart is a St. Louis-based journalist who currently covers diversity and inclusion in higher education for INSIGHT Into Diversity, the oldest and largest national diversity magazine and website. In 2014, Stewart plunged into the journalism industry following a crowdfunded campaign for her continued coverage of Ferguson, Mo and the St. Louis region where she covered social justice for The Huffington Post and local news for The St. Louis American, Missouri's largest weekly newspaper. Stewart's work has been published in multiple outlets including, The St. Louis Post-Dispatch, The Crisis Magazine, St. Louis Public Radio, and The Guardian. Her stories on activism and the justice system have been nominated for the ArchCity Defenders 2017 Excellence in Poverty Journalism Awards and the National Association of Black Journalists 2016 Salute to Excellence Awards. Her reporting has led her to speak at the 2017 SXSW interactive panel, keynote at the 2014 Online News Association conference, and make appearances on several main stream news networks such as BBC and HLN. Additionally, Stewart co-produced the documentary films "Stranger Fruit" and "Finding Kendrick Johnson." You can contact Stewart via email at [email protected] or [email protected] “Be content to stand in the light, and let the shadow fall where it will.” - Maria W. Stewart
Podcaster/Radio Host/Online Writer/Blogger/Producer
I'm a University of New Mexico graduate, class of 2009, with a major in Broadcast Journalism with a minor in political science. My works include writing for the Daily Lobo, Albuquerque Alibi, UScombatsports, and Local iQ. Currently, I'm the co-host and producer of the Hoopsology Podcast. Twitter: @Justintime16
Freelance Writer/Editor, Contributing Editor, Cosmopolitan
I'm passionate about telling interesting stories. Email or message me with ideas, freelance work, places to pitch, or speaking opportunities. I'm Massachusetts-based but available to work anywhere in the U.S. Bylines: Marie Claire, Cosmopolitan, Bustle, Parents, Mashable, The Boston Globe, Good Housekeeping, Harper's Bazaar, Seventeen, Prevention, Women's Health, Men's Health, Town and Country, The Oprah Magazine, Delish, Apartment Therapy, Elle UK, NBC Boston, etc. Email: [email protected]
Internal Multicultural Marketing and Communications Expert
I am a trained psychologist with an expertise in the field of marketing and communications. I use my understanding of human behavior and communications skills to create smart employee engagement and communication strategies. I take in the “human factor", how we make decisions and how we interpret and act on the information we receive. Awards: "Leader Award in Research and Health Sciences for the Benefit of Humanity 2018" awarded by the International Society for Research, Health, Business Development and Technologies - SIISDET.
Writer. Editor. Script Consultant. Storyteller.
I'm a multiple award-winning journalist, film and fiction fan, and creative storyteller. From writing articles, essays, reviews, lists, and profiles to collaborating on books and screenplays, I have a knack for detailed, engaging stories. My interviews include director John Sayles (Baby It’s You), screenwriting guru Robert McKee (Story), actor/director Joely Fisher, actor/writer Tricia Leigh Fisher, and screenwriters Gary Whitta (The Book of Eli), Patrick Sheane Duncan (Courage Under Fire), and Isaac Adamson (Bubbles). My work has appeared at The Hollywood Reporter, RogerEbert.com, The Guardian, Script magazine, Bright Wall/Dark Room, The Script Lab, ScreenCraft, the Final Draft blog, Signature Reads, MovieMaker, Creative Loafing Tampa Bay, Film Racket and more. I’m also a "Rotten Tomatoes" approved critic and an emerging script consultant working with the Tampa Bay Film Society and Screenwriters of Tomorrow.
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 is always eager to explore new territory. Amy 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
I think; therefore I write. I write intending to think. But not out of the box. I am out of the box, always have been; yet not always where I needed to be. Though I have always written, I became a writer once I made it my mission to climb into the boxes of others and help with their stuff; peek in the corners and deepen their space; make room for new and perhaps more inventive possibilities; introduce new boxes or augment them from other sources. Boxes are our worlds; and more likely places we don't care to escape. They provide the parameters and boundaries we need to navigate and stay focused on our priorities to work more creatively with what we do best. Think out of the box and we are awash at sea; dissipating into the ether like a hissing balloon. Bring it to the box. I am deeply grateful for my publishers and editors along my way who saw enough to have joined me in my boxes to share their experience, sage advice and favorite tools. . My 30-plus years experience as a writer and editor in magazine publishing is extensive and varied. This sampling of articles and columns illuminates the wide range of subject areas and topics I have covered, and features only a very few of the people and organizations I have engaged and had the privilege to know and work with. I hope my articles and columns reflect the tremendous pleasure I take in helping others tell their stories. Through my writing I get closer to the visual artist I couldn't become; more of the jazz musician I wish I was. I find the themes and trains of thought; get a feel for their structure, progressions and flow; then turn my riffs and phrases with an economy of words to deliver a solo worth reading; and always with due respect for the story at hand. It's their song; I am the arranger.