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Trevor Martin is a freelance writer and his work appears in the Guardian, BBC, The Advocate, Huffington Post, YourTango, GScene, and more. He is also an aspiring playwright. He studied psychology at Leicester University in the UK and he has a BA in Performance Arts from Middlesex University, London, UK. He was an actor/singer and he appeared in the original London production of Evita directed by Hal Prince and also in Tony award-winning Grand Hotel - the Musical at Dominion Theatre in London's West End which was directed/choreographed by Broadway legend Tommy Tune. He is also a freelance sales and marketing media consultant and for over fifteen years has worked in advertising and B2B event/conference sponsorship and exhibition sales and marketing. Trevor is a scuba diver and obtained his advanced open-water certification in Utila, Honduras. He has clocked up more than 100 dives in Utila, Honduras, Mexico, and Belize He is available for assignments. Contact: [email protected]
Suzanne's areas of specialization as a freelance writer are music, culture, and business. Her work has been published by The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, NPR, Huffington Post, Washington Times, Institutional Investor magazine, and various trades. In addition to staff positions at two magazines (Institutional Investor and Insight at The Washington Times), Suzanne has held editorial or writing positions at several prominent financial institutions, among them The Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Morgan Stanley, JP Morgan, and Citi. Suzanne contributes features and reviews to Downbeat magazine, Jazziz magazine, and The New York City Jazz Record, where she has served as the VoxNews columnist for 14 years. Other recent clients include the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Classical Singer magazine, United Nations Population Fund, and World Goodwill @ the UN.
Writer and editor of games, comics, and other such things.
During my 30-year run as a writer and editor, I tried a bit of everything before finally finding my home in the glorious madness of narrative design. I've paid the bills as a comedy writer (stand-up, sketch, radio) and newspaper editor. I wrote a comic-book series endorsed by Clive Barker and edited 100+ others, including dozens of books for Scout Comics' Black Caravan imprint. I wrote/directed the horror movie The Wrong House and played monsters in several other films. For the video game Epic Tavern, I created hundreds of quests, 160 unique hero backstories, and did extensive world-building. For Murder on the Midway (which I also code), I designed dialogue trees and created a fully-functioning traveling carnival loaded with dozens of memorable characters. Some recent audio fiction projects for Realm.fm include the 10-episode werewolf series BLOOD FOREST, the standalone audio ghost story RETURN TO BLACKOUT POINT, and the miniseries THE PULSE, all available by searching for UNDERTOW wherever you get your podcasts. I thrive on complexity, I have a quiet, dedicated home office deep in the Maine wilderness and impeccable references as a remote writer. It is my firm belief that having worked in damn-near every storytelling medium in existence has prepared me to handle anything a project throws at me.
An experienced and methodical communications professional, with more than 20 years of experience and a proven record in planning, management and leadership, who consistently displays resilience with challenges and changes in complex environments. Works independently and equally as well, in team settings. Interacts effectively with all levels of management and staff and cultivates excellent internal and external relationships. Consistently uses sound judgment in finding solutions, works with ease on several projects simultaneously and completes tasks in an efficient, accurate and timely manner. Adept experience in complex decision-making and is regarded as an excellent listener and quick learner, who is frequently sought for marketing and communications guidance. Enthusiastically committed to professional growth and excellence in the work environment.
What happens when you mix one part passion, one part craft and one part dedication? You get me -- Tamara McCullough and I’m ready to throw myself into the Copywriter position wholeheartedly. I have a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism from Southern Methodist University, plus an abundance of writing experience in a wide variety of realms. Writing is a truly a desire of mine that is showcased through my commitment and passion for the art. For example, I have freelanced consistently for the past 4 years for a variety of clients. In this role, I create persuasive, informative copy. My goal is not only to capture the reader’s attention through stylish writing and engaging language, but also to inform, persuade and enthrall them with the service or product I’m presenting. Whether I’m writing about upscale mountain bikes, Irish toasts or how to start an LLC in Pennsylvania, I always make sure to write for my particular audience.
Professional Writer, Technical and Copywriting
Siobhan Climer studied biology and professional writing at Worcester Polytechnic Institute and graduated with her B.S. in English from Central Connecticut State University. Today she writes for Orbit Media Studios, an award-winning web design and development firm, creating content and copy for companies across the country. She has previously held technical writing, educator, and science writing positions. Siobhan also consults with academic scientists and professionals to prepare blogs, posts, white papers, case studies, and research papers for publication in journals, including Nature, Hippocampus, and Neuron. She is both a U.S. and Irish citizen.
Writer, journalist, photographer
I am an East Coast-based journalist, online content writer and editor, nonfiction author and photographer experienced in the fields of STEM, healthcare, environmental issues, culinary arts, travel and education. My nationally syndicated features have run in such newspapers as The Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times and Baltimore Sun and online at MSN, Yahoo and Reuters. I have covered food, travel and sustainable living for such print magazines as VegNews, BackHome, and Town and Country Living. I am the author of three nonfiction books, "Fish Market" (Running Press, 2013), "Herring: A Global History" (Reaktion Books, 2017), and the technique cookbook "Luscious, Tender, Juicy" (Countryman Press, 2021). Additionally, I have served as a contributing writer to two other nonfiction books, "Entertaining from Ancient Rome to the Superbowl" (Greenwood, 2008) and "Start Your Own Microbrewery, Distillery, or Cidery" (Entrepreneur Media, 2015). Adept at covering a range of topics, I write long-form STEM articles for Standardization News, the digital and print magazine of the American Society of Testing and Materials (ASTM) International. In 2019 I authored the first and tenth most read articles in the magazine. I also create and edit newsletters, press releases, online content and marketing materials in the fields of healthcare, education and social services. Furthermore, I manage social media campaigns and am versed in SEO, web analytics, content management and AP, AMA and Chicago style guides. My clients include nonprofit agencies, digital media companies, higher education, start-ups and a Fortune 100 company. Skilled at digital and 35mm photography and the photo editors Adobe Photoshop, Lightroom and Gimp, I supply the images for my articles as well as for the stock photo company Shutterstock. Along with being an ardent and skilled writer, I am an eager traveler. To date, I have independently journeyed through 52 countries and six continents, collecting and working on story ideas wherever I roam. Equally passionate about education, I am an alumnus of Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism and hold two Master of Science degrees. When I'm not working or exploring the world, I am a board member for an after-school, therapeutic art program and mentor young writers and photographers. For further information about me and my work, please contact me at [email protected].
Production Editor And Writer
In my current role as a Production Editor for Community.co, I get to help thought leaders share their advice with other business professionals through Forbes Business Development Council, Forbes Finance Council, Forbes Human Resources Council, and Fast Company Executive Board. I'm a writer-in-residence at Gallery Aferro in the Downtown Newark Arts District and the Spring 2023 Sustainable Arts Fellow. When I'm not busy balancing work and family, I'm learning to write my first few children's PB manuscripts through Storyteller Academy and many more resources.
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Cindy Kurman is a dynamic PR professional with 40 years of experience in building brands through public relations, marketing promotion, event management, and social interaction. We offer a one-hour free consultation to discuss your needs and how we can help you achieve your marketing goals. Everyone has a story to tell and we want to tell yours. Here are some of our client successes. Enjoy reading them and we hope to help you be IN THE NEWS. Please call 312-651-9000 or 312-543-3928 or drop us a line at [email protected] We are here to help.
Social Media Coordinator - Anthropologie (URBN)
I am a graduate of the University of South Carolina with a Bachelor's Mass Communications Degree and double minor in French and Global Studies. My skills include news writing, press releases, broadcast writing, AP style editing, data analysis, social media content creation and website construction. In the social world, my skills include content creation, copy editing, publishing, paid ads, influencer relations and community management. Below is a collection of editorial work I completed writing for the digital newspaper Cola Daily (www.coladaily.com).