Writing & Editing Portfolio

I write in different genres and for a variety of industries—see all my freelance services here. Check out some of my commissioned writing and editing samples below. When I’m not writing for clients, I add to my personal blog. Browse some of the recent posts to get a feel for my voice and interests. Think we’d work well together? Drop me a line and tell me what you need. I’m always looking for a new adventure.

writing sample: quantum physics article
writing sample: commodity spread trading article
writing sample: cyber attribution in financial services article
writing sample: medical/finance podcast notes 
writing sample: BigCommerce news update (blog post)
writing sample: SaaS landing page (ecommerce checkout)
writing sample: business leadership blog (hr makeover)
writing sample: ghostwritten SEO/tech blog (bounce rate)
writing sample: automotive podcast summary and show notes
writing sample: lead generation optimized blog (artificial turf)
writing sample: ghostwritten travel blog (medium)

When I write for you, expect:

– clear, concise copy
– adherence to your style guide
– SEO-friendly content and layout

editing sample: breast cancer service page
editing sample: estate planning law blog
editing sample: colocation services landing page
editing sample: modernized tech stack blog
editing sample: luxury travel destinations page
editing sample: rental car/travel blog
editing sample: payment processing & fintech trends
editing sample: web design blog (chatbots)
editing sample: BigCommerce app landing page
editing sample: tech blog (custom CRM software)
editing sample: dental blog (gum disease)

When I edit for you, expect:

– fact-checking
– line edits for a smooth, engaging flow
– recommendations for content and SEO

Artificial intelligence has killed homework—right? With the right mindset, educators can embrace large language models and create more engaging assignments.

The Great Resignation has hit schools hard with many teachers finding new jobs. How do we solve the teaching shortage, and what does this mean for education?

Discover 10 ways to quiet quit your job and run out the clock. Or, if you're seriously wondering if you should quit your job, see how to do it the right way.

A Healing Rite When People Don’t Write Right. English teachers will get this. Plus two many typos make me pole my hare out, and I’ve gotta vent somehow.

One Educator’s Defense of the Free Encyclopedia: See why Wikipedia provides the perfect platform to teach about bias, audience, and different sources.

Writing about yourself is tricky. What does it take to win over the admissions committee? Discover what to do—and not do—with this college application advice.

All kinds of satirical extra from a cantankerous freelancer who likes to bite that hand that feeds him. R.I.P well-researched journalism and fine literature.

Where are you really from? Nationality vs. ethnicity vs. race—teaching our current & future students that people who look different can be from the same places.

Why it's okay to be not proud of my country—one Christian's perspective on why patriotism doesn't always mean that you love everything your country is doing.

Dear students: Some distressing news has come to my attention, and I must address it immediately. Allow me to set the record straight. - Your English Teacher