When words fail, hire a writer.
Strong writing muscles, fresh eyes, an outside viewpoint, and new ideas to get you back on track.
No judging, no cheerleading; just constructive, productive solutions.
Letting a writer do the tough stuff allows you to focus on other important work.
For some, the tough stuff is organizing reports, presentations, and speeches; for others, it’s the copywriting business of blogs, brochures, and e-mail blasts; and for many, it’s finding creative connections with an audience.
The first conversation with a writer will determine two things: Where are you now and what do you need to achieve?
The writer’s destination is always clarity. If you don’t have it, you need it.
Writers can join a project at any stage to help with defining goals, strengthening messages, and creating engaging copy for readers, listeners, and viewers.
Writers do more than write. By connecting the thoughts and keeping the big picture in focus, they provide professional insight, creative advice, and practical solutions for any communications conundrum. They carry the burden while you tend to life and other business.
Words matter and so does your time. Let a professional writer help.
My first love remains teaching. As a six-year-old, I’d wrangle the neighbourhood four- and five-year olds and hold class in my backyard with extra worksheets wheedled from my Grade One teacher.
As a writer and consultant, teaching is integral to everything I do, and I especially love time in the classroom helping students reach specific goals.
- Post Secondary — Communications (for the Workplace and Grammar 101)
- High School — Improv Comedy
- Junior High — Media Literacy
- Frontier College — ESL One-on-One tutoring
I am always available for tutoring: for anyone wanting to strengthen writing skills (for graduate work, business reports or even letter-writing) as well as vocabulary and handwriting workshops for children and adults. I also provide media training and coaching for audition tapes and television pitches.