Tag Archives: freelance

Not in a Flash but somewhat less time than anticipated.

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So this is the product of me trying to reacquaint myself with Flash and DreamWeaver while getting introduced to Adobe Media Encoder.
Surprisingly, it was a blast!

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New Work

E-Blast Campaign: A years worth of creative – 14 in all – to serve as playful reminders to CPG Trade Marketing Managers that Field Agent can help with the success of their up-coming in-store initiatives.
Here are my three favourites but you can see them all here.

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Next up, B2B Magazine Ad targeting contractors/installers of Flue Gas Venting Systems with a gentle yet firm reminder that a safe installation is paramount.

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And finally, a fun little hard-hat sticker given away to plumbing contractors – just a small part of a larger promotion.

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So what can I make for you today?

I wouldn’t work for you if…

In case you missed them, here is my most recent series of self-promo emails.
And now I wait patiently for the work to start pouring in.

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Label Me. I welcome it.

It’s human nature to assign ‘labels’ to everyone we meet; he/she is ‘funny’ or ‘not-so-funny’, ‘young’ or ‘old’, ‘tall’ or ‘short’ etc.
In fact, I think we’re all likely hard-wired to do so; a possible throw back to our primal survival instincts. (Hungry bear = ‘bad’.)

But a lot of us like to believe that we do no such thing; that we always keep an open mind. After all, such behaviour is border-line discrimination isn’t it?

Well here are a few labels I’ve created for myself and I will go out on a limb here to say that you could easily apply one of them to me.


And now that you’ve assigned a label to me, why not take it a step further and send me a project you have that fits that label. And don’t worry, I won’t take offense; even if batteries are required!

Self-Promotion Campaign for writer Diane Bracuk

In collaboration with healthcare writer Diane Bracuk, we developed her self-promotion campaign with a focus on her key selling proposition – the ability to write highly technical scientific copy or very simple, consumer-friendly version of same.

A series of three different pieces were developed in the form of postcards & e-newsletter variants.

Gob is good.