View my portfolio and learn more about my experience and education in writing


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Managing Content Editor

June 2017–present

I’ve managed 3 separate teams of freelance writers for 3 clients in the pet, travel, and lifestyle niches. I currently work as a managing editor with Wag!, where I also assist with SEO outreach and content auditing.

Freelance Content Writer

June 2016–present

I’ve worked with more than 20 clients in various niches, including pets, education, travel, mental health, and B2B SaaS. Previous clients include Outdoorsy, HealthyPlace, StudyInternational, and more.

Writing Tutor

Spring 2013 & Spring 2014

While attending Lander University, I tutored writing through the university’s writing center. I assisted students from all disciplines and levels with polishing their papers.


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Bachelor of Arts, English

Lander University
Greenwood, South Carolina

Master of Arts, Creative & Critical Writing

University of Winchester
Winchester, England

How do those fancy degrees help you?

I invested $50k+ in deep learning to give my content a discernible edge, and it shows. Here’s what I learned from my writing degrees and how I apply it to my freelance work.

Syntax is the study of how words, phrases, and sentences are arranged to convey meaning. It’s kinda like the art of bouquet arrangement — just with words instead of flowers. I apply phrase structure rules and functions to ensure your message is clear, succinct, and branded.

Rhetoric is the art of using language to persuade. I studied the tactics of some of the greatest rhetoricians in history, like Nietzsche, Orwell, and Obama, to learn how the greats use language to spur people into action. A useful skill for a content writer to have!

Copyediting is the art of revising a piece to ensure it’s correct, concise, and cohesive. I use copyediting techniques to ensure all my content flows from one word, phrase, sentence, and paragraph to the next.

Technical writing is the art of using simple, concise language to inform and educate. This is the kind of writing you’ll find in instruction manuals. I use technical writing principles to craft style guides and article briefs for my team of writers.

Discourse analysis is the study of discussion, both written and spoken. It examines how language is actually used in everyday life, not how it’s supposed to be used. I use discourse analysis skills to ensure my content resonates with readers (not just robots).


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