Let’s Go Somewhere


What’s Your Destination?

Adventure travelers get 69% of their content online and 26% from newspapers and magazines. With this segment continuing to consume market share rapidly, your presence in these spaces is critical.

And while you can take many roads, the key is to chart a course using compelling and valuable stories to get there.

Go on, stake your flag.

How Will You Get There?

It’s all a matter of preference, really.

Ebooks? Video scripts?

Interviews with local shaman or artisans? Safety checklists?

Reports detailing wind conditions, necessary gear, and ideal times to visit?

Do you have an idea in mind? Or would you like help figuring out a starting point?

Who’s Coming With?

Travel companions can make or break a trip.

Ideally, you’ll choose someone who knows the best routes. Someone who knows the locals and the language to make it easier to navigate your surroundings. A guide who can warn against pitfalls and advise you of must-do activities.

So…road trip?



Get Moving

just a few ways I can help



- web and social -
  • Blog development and management
  • Blog posts
  • Marketing calendar
  • Marketing campaign
  • Platform analysis
  • Training
  • Videos
  • Webinars
  • Website analysis
  • Website copywriting
- journalism -
  • Articles
  • Columns
  • Copyediting
  • Proofreading
  • Research
  • Rewriting
- creative -
  • Checklists
  • Listicles
  • Children’s stories
  • Plays
  • Poems
  • Short stories
  • TV features and scripts
  • Book reviews and summaries
- traditional business -
  • White papers
  • Advertising copywriting
  • Annual reports
  • Business plans
  • Commercials
  • Marketing collateral
  • Marketing campaigns
  • Marketing kits
  • Media kits
  • Public relations campaigns and publicity
  • Scripts