No magic wand, but I do have a way with words and an eye for design. I'd love to make your marketing dreams come true.
In 1997 I took a year off to serve as managing editor of The Pasadena Weekly. I ran day-to-day operations, executed a major redesign, and then helped the owner sell the paper to Times Mirror.
Prior to going solo, I was the marketing director for Gravity Guidance, the start-up that launched the upside-down exercise frenzy with its inversion boots. The company’s incredible growth earned it the #2 spot in Inc. Magazine’s 500 Fastest-Growing Private Companies list. A few months later, the company imploded.
I started my career at a tiny agency in the San Fernando Valley, where I was a copywriter and publicist for high-tech and industrial accounts.
I have a journalism degree from California State University, Northridge, and have completed graphic design courses at Otis Art Institute and Art Center College of Design. (And too, too many workshops to mention.)