I write for a variety of business, non-profit and individual clients at all stages of writing, video and multimedia projects. I help clients with strategy, research, analysis and finally writing about what it is they want to say.  Or I can join a project at the end for a final edit of a finished text. My goal is always the same, to help clients tell a nuanced story with clarity, depth and purpose.

I am available to write articles, newsletters, annual reports, research reports, grant applications, web content and scripts. I also edit books and articles and work as a ghostwriter. And I am available to manage writing and multimedia projects.

My clients have included:

Women’s Fund of Winston-Salem, a local foundation that supports women, retained me to write, “A Second Look, Through the Gender Lens: The Economic Condition of Women in Forsyth County,” which examines women and poverty in Forsyth County through stories and data.

Piedmont Craftsmen, an organization that represents craftsmen from across the Southeast, retained me to work with a photographer and audio producer on a documentary in honor of the organization’s 50th anniversary.

Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center, an academic medical center, retained me to write news columns about its medical staff.

Targacept, a pharmaceutical company that specializes in disorders of the central nervous system, celebrated its 10th anniversary with a video that tells the story of its corporate history. I served as writer, interviewer and producer.

The Yadkin Riverkeeper, a non-profit advocacy group that works to protect the Yadkin River, is sponsoring a multimedia documentary project about the river that I produced with photographer Christine Rucker with grants from the N.C. Humanities Council. the John W. and Anna H. Hanes Foundation and the Arts Council of Winston-Salem Forsyth County.

The Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation, which works throughout the Southeast with the mission of helping people and communities move out of poverty and achieve economic and social justice. The foundation commissioned research last year related to the projects it funds and hired me to rewrite an academic report as an engaging human story.

The University of North Carolina School of the Arts, a public performing arts college, where students in the lighting department created a work of public art in downtown Winston-Salem. The school hired me to cover the event for the trade journal Live Design.

The Bloom Agency, a full-service marketing and communications agency in Winston-Salem, retained me to assist with public relations strategy for clients and to write articles for the quarterly magazine of Forsyth Technical Community College.

The Van Fleet Alliance, a consulting firm that specializes in business development, motivational speaking and coaching, hired me to write the content for the firm’s website and collaborate with its founder, Bruce Van Fleet, on a book about sales.

OTM Partners, a marketing agency based in Arlington, Va. specializing in corporate responsibility and direct marketing, retained me to write articles for client newsletters.

brandMIND, an integrated marketing communications company in Winston-Salem, retained me to write articles for its on-line newsletter and a report on its market research.

Helen Akinc, the former assistant dean for student professional services at Wake Forest University, retained me to help with the editing of her book the Praeger Handbook for College Parents, scheduled for publication later this year.