I like to think of myself as a storyteller. But the first part of that is being a listener–which doesn’t sound too exciting until you realize it leads to everything else. I spent my early career as a journalist, writing for hometown papers in Connecticut and then for The New York Times as a regular contributor.
I realized that I wanted to be proactive in my storytelling, so I developed an image development and promotion company. If you want to call it PR or MarCom…that works too. Being able to pull together a cohesive storyline for clients is the first step into the world of logo and branding, websites, digital and online advertising, print materials, and event support from program development to speechwriting.
For 10 years I worked as the a Vice President of Communications for a national non-profit, with award-winning initiatives and results that set new records.
Now, as Chief Creative Guru (we picked our own titles), I am making things happen for clients and having a blast. Our admin, Waffles the Wonder Dog, is a pleasure and the views of Plymouth Harbor inspire me.