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.)
Email or call 626-577-5593.