Portfolio

To get an idea of the kinds of work I’ve been involved in, please have a look at my portfolio below. I have extensive experience working closely with non-native English speakers as well as proofreading their work. All writing and content I work with is meticulously researched and carefully checked for errors and factual accuracy.

Content Management

Creating a clear and consistent voice throughout a webpage draws in the reader and relates them to the author. Whether this is a small post-a-month blog or a large-scale online services site, I enjoy helping websites I’m involved in keeping their page and product message in the tone best fit for their audience.

TraDove

As the Content and User Experience Manager for TraDove, Inc., I am responsible for maintaining a consistent voice and editorial quality through all new and existing content put on the the social platform. Because the site has been entirely translated from Chinese, much of this effort involved a high level of language localization. Additionally, I take charge in writing/editing/publishing posts, English-language marketing efforts through social media and email, and writing copy for English-language email newsletters. TraDove has over 195,000 registered users.

China Expat Law

Designed to promote the legal services of English-speaking Chinese attorney Sophia Wright to foreigners throughout China. After designing the page and writing its content, I now edit and maintain Sophia’s regularly-scheduled blog posts.

 

 

 

Paths Unwritten

Paths Unwritten began as my personal journal-style travel blog that has since become an archaeology and destination profile site. All photography, written content, and research that goes into Paths Unwritten is done personally.

 

Writing Work

Whether for a business news article, a personal blog post or a full website, research becomes my primary focus. Before any words hit the page, a thoroughly-researched plan comes first. From this plan, we can begin work tailoring the content and voice to the perfect fit for that piece.

Business & Technology

Travel & Archaeology

Articles