Portfolio


Please peruse my portfolio for examples of my writing for:

Websites
Video Descriptions
Blog Posts
Articles

Please feel free to view my resume and/or to contact me with any questions or comments.

Websites

I have created content for over 5,000 websites which promoted small businesses throughout the United States. Below are screen captures of web pages for which I have written copy. I also utilized on-page SEO (titles, descriptions, alt tags, rich content) in order to improve a site’s ranking in the search engine.


zrc petroleum

zrc products

website for mexican restaurant

website for masseuse

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Video Descriptions

video for sandblasting

video for secret chef

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Blog Posts

I contribute to the blog for Photo Friends, the nonprofit organization that supports the photo collection of the Los Angeles Public Library. Blog posts I have created for Photo Friends include:

On the Job in the City —  the Industrial Los Angeles Collection

The Small Town in a Big City — Life at Rodger Young Village

All Hail the King — Or, More Accurately, The Ambassador

LGBT Heritage Month, A Time For Commemoration and Celebration

The Eye and the Image — Women Photographers of Los Angeles

Please peruse the blog archives of Photo Friends to see more of my posts. Also, please visit my own blog!

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Articles

An Online Library For Local Needs

Librarians are amazing. In schools and corporations, in small towns and big cities, and even on ships, they help patrons from school children to Senate aides find information they need. Need stock quotes? Drug side-effects? The population of the Czech Republic? These information experts know the quickest and most reliable route to get you the answers. Read more.

Beef Gives Chicken Some Healthy Competition

Until recently, if you were considering losing weight or improving your diet, beef would be one of the first things crossed off your list. Steaks, hamburgers, and other cuts of beef had much too high a fat content to remain on the meal plan of anyone wishing to slim down or lower their fat intake. That high fat content was due to cattle being raised on corn and grain products to fattened cattle quickly. As more and more ranchers return to pasture feeding, however, consumers today are buying more grass-fed meat and finding it to be just as tasty as corn-fed beef but with less calories and fat content. A cut of grass-fed beef contains the same amount of fat as a piece of skinless chicken. Thus, beef is now giving chicken some healthy competition when it comes to supporting a healthy diet. Read more.
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