I'm an experienced and passionate writer and journalist with a lover of all things words. I've worked in the movie industry and have now gained years of experience as a B2B and B2C content writer. I love using storytelling to build brands and connect companies big or small with their audiences.
(NOTE: Below is just a sampling of my work. If you want to see more or are interested in seeing content of a specific type or within a specific vertical, please don't hesitate to contact me. And FYI—I do accept bribes in the form of good beer. )
Joe Smith, sales director for Great Start-Up Number 5 Billion and Thirty-One, puts on a blindfold and reaches out blindly for something, ANYTHING, to help him organize his team’s deals and commissions.
The ocean crashes a mere 300 yards away, across Hwy. 1, close enough to hear its rumble, and taste the salty air.
Microservices are an architectural and organizational approach to software development where software is composed of small independent services that communicate over well-defined APIs. These services are owned by small, self-contained teams. Microservices architectures make applications easier to scale and faster to develop, enabling innovation and accelerating time-to-market for new features.
Government agencies are at a unique operational crossroads that is forcing them to modernize their information architectures and service models.
A financial industry leader as famous for its credit cards as its Samuel L. Jackson-starring "What's in your Wallet?" commercials, Capital One's applications generate huge amounts of data, the mining of which has become of paramount importance for making critical business decisions.
Jausás & Co imports hand-picked contemporary tilework, wallcovering, and outdoor furniture from Spain and Italy for designers and architects.
Companies are in a race to set themselves apart from the competition in a meaningful way. Pre-Internet and pre-cloud, beating the competition meant out-advertising them, out-spending them, out-maneuvering them, or getting to a certain demographic before they did.
Most of today's enterprises are headed for hybrid and multi cloud data architectures, if they're not there already. The issue is that this transition to hybrid cloud often comes with drawbacks, such as data silos, cloud vendor lock-in, and data governance concerns.