Writing is one thing. It can be fun. It can be a chore. It can be quick and easy. It can be long-winded and complex. Storytelling is completely different. I've always believed that if a true storyteller is prepared, willing to take ample time, and practice due diligence, a story writes itself. When I take on a project, there's only one route to perfection, a balance of creativity, accuracy, voice and flow. I've been lucky to be employed as a print journalist for over a decade now, working for several award-winning newspapers, magazines and websites. Along the way, I've specialized in every step of the publishing process including writing, editing, photography, layout and website/social media management. My content has covered subject matter of all sorts (search for specific topic examples on the left; above if mobile). My passion has always been learning about different people, their ambitions, hobbies and life's work. Sure, I can be an editor, copywriter, content strategist, editorial director, social media manager, blogger, whatever description fits your fancy. But above all, I consider myself a storyteller.