Video hosting and production
Should your business take the time to create video content? Absolutely! Video will account for a whopping 80 percent of all internet traffic by 2019, says tech giant Cisco. That said, there is no doubt it’s a highly effective way to entertain, engage and inform your audience.
My experience with producing dynamic, shareable video content (that attracts eyeballs) has been fulfilling both from a creative and adventure standpoint (think: learning to pilot a plane, cliff camping and parasailing, to name a few). I’ve been pumping out experiential travel videos for usatoday.com and visitorlando.com for the past six years. This includes scripting, juggling logistics, serving as on-camera talent and collaborating on the editing process.
I also have on-camera experience with national television shows. Please see my video hosting reel here. To book for TV appearances or to partner on video production, please e-mail me at email@example.com.
As a journalist with 19 years of editorial experience, I’ve covered everything from business topics to the Quidditch World Championships (yes, it’s a real sport, and it’s surprisingly awesome), but my areas of specialty are adventure travel, health/wellness and fitness. I write regularly for USA Today, CNN.com, NBC.com, foxnews.com, espnW.com, GoEscape, Green Living, Scuba Diving, Modern Woman, Destination Weddings & Honeymoons and Islands.
I also enjoy creating content-marketing articles for companies large and small. What’s the big deal about content marketing? Glad you asked. It helps boost companies rankings on Google. Big time. Even the New York Times says so.
Sponsorships and social campaigns
Have a social campaign in the works? I’d love to be part of it (assuming your brand values align with mine), whether it’s through a unique branded article or video, taking over your Instagram account for the day, hosting a Twitter chat, serving as a brand ambassador or conducting a giveaway. Let me know how I may help.
Are you an aspiring writer wondering what it takes to score a dream job as a travel writer? Are you a PR pro curious about how things work in the newsroom? If so, I’m happy to set up a phone consultation or meet with you in person to help guide your through the ins and outs of this unusual and often highly enjoyable profession. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.