As a freelance content writer, editor and consultant, I’ve written and edited articles, blog posts, profiles and other dynamic content for media outlets, tech businesses and community organizations, including: MUTEK, C2 Montréal, Keatext AI, Nakisa, Felix & Paul Studios, Kids Code Jeunesse, Montréal Review of Books, Amilia, Moment Factory, CBC Arts, Blouin Art Info, and more.
Tourisme Montréal, writer 2010-present: Weekly and monthly columns Things to Do This Week in Montreal, Free Things to Do, seasonal things to do; articles on festivals and events, arts and culture, outdoor activities, family activities and more; sample articles: Things to do in August 2020; Meet the founders of Yatai MTL. Social media and community management (fill-in).
Keatext AI text analytics AI company based in Montréal, writer 2018-present: Marketing product guides and blog articles, such as: Insights with impact: How AI technology improves CX; Bruce Temkin: “The future of CX depends on actionable insights”; Amanda Robinson: A passion for data meets a goldmine of information
MUTEK international electronic arts & music festival based in Montréal, writer 2014-2019: Artist biographies (50+/year: sample) and profile articles, such as Trans-medial Express: The math, music and magic mediums of Freida Abtan and (Public) Space Is the Place: Melissa Mongiat.
Northern Ontario Travel, writer 2019-2020: Articles such as Spectacular outdoor adventure awaits in Lake of the Woods
Hour Arts & Culture Weekly, former Arts & Culture Editor, Montréal, print (city and regional distribution), 2008-2011: interview-based articles include: Endless love songs: Stephin Merritt, the song man behind The Magnetic Fields, is still funny about love and serious about music; 110% fun: Brooklyn drum-and-synth duo Matt and Kim don’t just wanna have fun, they embody it (cover story); Film noir: Darren Aronofsky‘s Black Swan goes beyond ballet to stretch to the edges of madness and obsession (cover story); Awake and dreaming: Neil Gaiman gets ready to talk strange imaginings with fans and newbies alike as Montreal hosts the 67th ∞ World Sci-Fi Convention (cover story); Light the dark days: With a new album inspired on the road, Nova Scotia natives Wintersleep return to their adopted Montreal home.