About Me


I’ve been writing professionally since before Steve Jobs unveiled the first iPhone in 2007. I have a wealth of writing experience in B2B, B2C, the UFC and yes I know my ABCs.

One of my recent articles has been read by over 80,000 people. A radio campaign I wrote helped gain over $200,000 in new business. I have helped boost Globalization Partners´ premium gated content numbers by 145% in less than a year. 

Brands I’ve worked with include Vodafone, Air New Zealand, Globalization Partners, Toyota, CampINN, Uber, Kia, Moldova Tourism, and Cigna Insurance.

I’m a Kiwi currently living in Bogota, Colombia with my wife, where I’m attempting to improve my Spanish (it’s a work in progress, gracias.) Over my copywriting career, I have produced radio ads, case studies, eBooks, blogs, sports articles, emails, social media content, video scripts, radio play, webinars, and more.

I never miss deadlines and I believe that work should be fun. So let’s talk and create something beautiful that we’re proud of. 

My Latest Work

eBOOK - Your Global Growth Playbook: How to Build and Scale a Successful Remote-First Company

By the end of 2022, 31 percent of all employees worldwide will be working remotely (in a mix of hybrid and fully remote workforces.) A recent PWC report showed that 78 percent of business leaders believe that remote work is here to stay. So, the question is, how do you leverage this shift in the global workforce to achieve success for your company? The answer is to embrace this change by introducing and building remote-first teams. This guide will explain what a remote-first company is and how you can quickly pivot to this workforce model.

WEB COPY - Dr. Catherine Chang | Beverly Hills Plastic Surgery | Los Angeles

Website copy I wrote for a plastic surgeon in Beverly Hills NakedBeauty is Dr. Catherine Chang’s beauty philosophy. She wants her patients to feel confident, radiant, and beautiful in their own skin. Without the need for makeup, Photoshop, or filters. While there may be industry standards for beauty, Dr. Chang believes that beauty is subjective. Depending on one’s inherent anatomy, genetics, skin type, and ethnic & cultural heritage — beauty can mean something different to every individual.

INTERACTIVE CONTENT- First Impressions Matter: Why Onboarding is So Important

First Impressions Matter: Why Onboarding Is SO Important A great first impression can be the difference between a long and successful working relationship, and a brief, unsatisfactory professional experience. In today's remote workforce, the way you introduce your company to new employees is more critical than ever. Employee onboarding plays an important role in transforming your chosen candidate into an integrated, high-performing member of your company.

INTERACTIVE CONTENT - Rally for Retention

3 ways to retain your talent in the global marketplace Today, companies can access talent from around the world. This has created intense competition for the top talent with employees now having the upper hand in the recruitment process, due to a renewed emphasis on work-life balance brought on by remote work. This has led to with many employees seeking new opportunities that suit their lifestyle better. The competition to hire the best will increase in the years ahead. Companies that give ext

INTERACTIVE CONTENT - G-P Recruitment Rewind Timeline

The history of hiring in the modern age Recruiting has been around since the Roman Empire. During World War II, recruitment agencies were created to fill the gaps in the workforce left by departing soldiers. Over the past 40 years, the recruitment industry has undergone major changes. Scroll down to see how recruiting has transformed from the 1980s to today. Welcome to the age of social media. Recruiting was transformed once again with the booming popularity of the professional networking pla

BLOG - 6 Reasons Why Should You Buy an Affordable Moissanite Engagement Ring? - Gemorie

They say that “Diamonds are a girl’s best friend,” but for many people, that best friend is far too expensive to hang out with. That’s why you should buy the girl’s best friend’s sensible yet stunning companion – a moissanite engagement ring. Moissanite is the best diamond alternative; some even believe it’s a superior option to the classic shiny diamond gem. Let us explain why it’s worth taking a look at the Gemorie moissanite jewelry range. Here are six reasons why you should forget about di

WEB COPY - Give your farm the mark of a leader

Give your farm the mark of a leader Farmers are already leading the move to a more sustainable future, now you can prove it. Toitū Farm Certification Programme provides an internationally-recognised certification that proves your business is ready for a sustainable future. Developed in partnership with Overseer Limited and AsureQuality, the programme is New Zealand’s first carbon certificate designed specifically for farms. Already have a Toitū farm emanage account? Sign in here.

SPORTS ARTICLE - Why Carl Nassib coming out as the NFL’s first openly gay active player is a statement for the ages

Las Vegas Raiders defensive end Carl Nassib made NFL history yesterday when he announced via social media that he's a gay man. In the process, the 28-year-old became the first active NFL player to publicly come out as gay. Nassib posted the announcement on his Instagram profile along with a short video and statement. For many NFL fans around the world, yesterday’s announcement may not seem like a big deal, but the ripple effect it will create is not up for debate. The National Football League

SPORTS ARTICLE - Which 3 teams are the NFL's version of the Bermuda Triangle?

What do the NFL and the Bermuda Triangle have in common? Well, let's find out. The Bermuda Triangle has been infamous for instances of mysterious disappearances of ships and aircrafts over the years. The triangle is located in an area of the North Atlantic Ocean that links Bermuda, Florida and Puerto Rico. Some believe alien or paranormal activity occurs inside the Bermuda Triangle, causing people, boats, and planes to go missing. Many NFL fans may not know that a similar thing 'exists' in the National Football League as well. The Bermuda Triangle of the NFL links three franchises infamous for their failures, draft pick busts and championship droughts.

BLOG - Designing the Back to the Future shoes

When Back to the Future Part II was released in 1989, it featured many futuristic things such as a flying Delorean, hoverboards, and a holographic Jaws 19 shark. But it was the self-lacing Nike shoes Marty McFly was wearing that grabbed sneaker lovers' attention. Maybe Doc Brown’s famous line to end Back to the Future Part I should have been — “Laces? Where we are going, we don’t need to do up our laces.” The ‘Nike Air Mag’ shoes became iconic, with every young kid who watched the film one day

SPORTS ARTICLE - Why the Aaron Rodgers vs Brian Gutekunst feud is no 'Last Dance'

The ongoing drama between Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers has taken another turn this week, taking us back to 1990s. The decade of girl bands, F.R.I.E.N.D.S and Tamagotchi hit the news when it was reported that Rodgers had compared current Packers General Manager Brian Gutekunst to infamous Chicago Bulls GM Jerry Krause. The recent Netflix documentary Michael Jordan: The Last Dance shone a spotlight on the dysfunctional relationship between NBA superstar Jordan and Bulls GM Jerry Kraus
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