"It would seem that perfection
is attained not when no more can be added,
but when no more can be removed."
I used to think that writing well meant writing lots of words. It took me a long time to accept that the opposite is true.
After I write a first draft of an article, a corporate website, a brochure, or a restaurant review, I revisit each word to make sure it's the perfect choice, that it works seamlessly with the surrounding copy, and that it embraces the client's tone and style.
I have eighteen years' experience drafting business and editorial copy that informs, convinces, and entertains. And I was selected to teach these skills to George Brown College students in the journalism and culinary programs between Fall 2009 and Spring 2011.
Member of the
Editors' Association of Canada
Editors’ Association of Canada, Toronto Branch (ongoing, since 2003), Seminars for Editors
George Brown College (2010),
Instructing Adults Seminar
MagNet Conference (2009), Seminars for Communicators
Ryerson Polytechnic University (1997), Copy Editing Program
Banff School of Fine Arts (1995), Book Publishing Program
University of King’s College/Dalhousie University (1991–1995), English Literature Degree, Advanced Major
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