Clients: Bank of Montreal; BMO Insurance; Sinai Health System
Clients: American Airlines; Nikon; Cigna; Lockheed Martin; NASDAQ; MasterCard
I taught Internet Copywriting in the School of Continuing and Professional Studies.
Clients: Siemens; Castrol; Six Flags; TD AMERITRADE; Sara Lee; Domtar; Dove; SAP; UPS; DMA International ECHO Awards
Clients: Keva Juice; San Angelo, Texas; Scott & White; Ruidoso, New Mexico; Texas Department of State Health Services; Albuquerque Green
Clients: Electronic Industries Alliance; National Beer Wholesalers Association; Capital Research Center; National Association of Broadcasters
Clients: National Research Council of Canada; Kitchener and Waterloo Community Foundation; Re-elect Elizabeth Witmer; Acadia University
Teaching assistant: Creative Strategy; Beginning Portfolio; Public Relations Writing
Industry Relations Chair, Advertising Graduate Council (2007)
I’ve written ads for the United States, Canada, China, Germany, South Africa, the Middle East. I’m used to working across timezones.
I’m used to working on complicated, brain-busting accounts — and making them simple for consumers. I love to learn my clients’ businesses.
I know how to code. I know digital well enough to know what can be done and how to talk to the people who can make it happen.
I never write. I just transcribe the voice in my head. That either makes me a lunatic or a very good radio copywriter.
The difference between “less” and “fewer.” Bad kerning. Dumb quotes. These are the things that keep me up at night until I fix them.
I can draw some mean stick figures. Also happy stick figures and sad stick figures. Best of all, you can tell the difference.
Gastroenterology, French-Vietnamese fusion cuisine, parallel parking, football quarterbacking, forensic accounting, frisbee golf, the cello, piloting multi-engined aircraft, tomatoes, Charlton Heston impersonations, arranging countries by order of land mass, topiary and high-rise steelworking. But I’m willing to learn.