I'm routinely asked if I can assist others with various projects. Depending on the project, I'm happy to help out.
Previous paid assignments have included copywriting for small businesses, brand marketing for entrepreneurs, creating editorial strategies for bloggers, editing the manuscripts of fellow writers, ghostwriting speeches for private events, and acting as a script doctor for screenplays. And because of my editorial background in interior design, I've also assisted with styling, sourcing, and photographing spaces.
Possible projects we can work on together:
Editing: Fiction, Non-Fiction, Essays, Screenplays, Speeches
Interior Design: Styling, Photography, Sourcing
To hire me to work on your project, please email me.
Here are a few nice words about my work:
"Kelly is the ace in your sleeve. She's an incredible writer who knows how to nail a message every time, and never misses a deadline." — Laura Bertocci, journalism consultant
"I had the great pleasure of working with Kelly on many photo and video shoots, and she has an incredible talent for styling and photography. At times, I leaned heavily on her design sensibilities, watching her work magic with all of the elements to create the most beautiful images. She would often offer to help with pre-production, sourcing the most stunning props and creating fantastic mood boards. She has an impeccable eye for composition and curation. Kelly really has it all when it comes to content creation, and she also happens to be a fantastic human." — Trisha Sprouse Walker, video director and photographer
“Kelly was never less than professional, thoughtful, and deliberate when we worked together. She has a keen emotional intelligence and a knack for making the right joke at the right time. She is dedicated to doing the best work the right way, and I only hope I can collaborate with her again soon.” — Sarah Harburg-Petrich, event specialist
"Kelly’s eye for design and experience with lifestyle content is best in class. I highly recommend her to anyone who wants to elevate their business." — Mercedes Santana, Passports and Papers blogger