After a whirlwind of time entrenched in the daily grind, I officially embraced the freelance life in 2006. Honestly, I have no regrets.
Before my client-focused days, I worked for various companies. They range from a weekly newspaper in Marin County to gaming companies in Las Vegas. I traversed Northern California for a handful of years, during and after college. As a reporter in San Francisco, I traveled on assignment to Israel (twice) and Argentina (once). Today, I’m exploring the vast terrain of my massive home state, Nevada. Ultimately, though, I’m a Las Vegas native, born and bred.
If living in a constantly evolving city has taught me anything, it’s how to deal with change. To clarify, I’m not talking about the kind of change that you lose in a casino.
Currently, I have clients locally, nationally and internationally. Recent collaborations include: AARP Magazine, Amazon Web Services (AWS), Boyd Gaming Corporation, Birthright Israel Foundation, Chabad on Campus International, Haute Living Las Vegas, and William S. Boyd School of Law.
When it comes to past employers as well as current clients, they span a spattering of industries. There’s media, hospitality, tourism, entertainment, retail, marketing, nonprofits and more. I’ve written newspaper and magazine articles, travel pieces, print ads, online ads, television and radio scripts, direct mail, e-blasts, billboards, blog posts, website copy … The list goes on and on.
During the course of my career, my words have run in publications around the globe. They also float in cyberspace, on signage around the nation, and amid the glowing neon of the iconic Las Vegas Strip.
Though writing and editing consume my professional pursuits, I don’t feel pigeonholed. I’ve navigated many different types of workplaces, many different types of work and many different types of bosses. The greatest commonality of all the places I’ve worked? They were deadline driven.
My many roles have helped me grow and adapt. I continue to grow and adapt every day. As my own boss, I’m accountable to my clients. My goal is to make them happy. I’m friendly yet reliable, creative yet focused, and skilled yet open minded. Above all else, I want to help you take your next project to a higher level.
No job is too big or too small, so hit me up today!