I take a 360° approach to my communications support. What began as a career as a technical editor has grown to include PR representative, commercial script creator, ghostwriter, interviewer...and the list goes on.
When a brand has a communications need, I find a way to make it happen.
- As part of the Startup City Fukuoka Matchup website, I interview founders and help them to promote their companies. Attached is an example of one of the videos our team creates (videography credit Daniel Yoder). Here are a few examples:
I represented Fukuoka’s Startup Community on a J:COM news program that aired in Tokyo.
As part of the Startup City Fukuoka website, I interview founders and help them to promote their companies. Below are a few examples of the videos our team creates (videography credit Daniel Yoder).
My story was featured in Making it Big in Japan, written by Misha Yurchenko. In the chapter, I discuss how I started working in Japan and my experience as a disabled expat. I also shared information on Fukuoka's startup community.
Script & Voiceover Work
I collaborated with Tymeshift’s marketing team to develop a short video script giving an overview of their WFM Solution. In addition to writing the script, I also recorded the voiceover tracks for the video.
As part of my work with the globally recognized startup, I helped ikkai to develop a short informational video about their services. In addition to writing the script, I also recorded the voiceover tracks for the video.
Published Technical Work
I was the primary author on the technical paper entitled, The Basics of Cloud Computing.
I was a member of the editorial team for the technical paper entitled, As-If Infinitely Ranged Integer Model, Second Edition.
Articles on Disability
I’m a passionate disability advocate. Below are a few of the articles that I’ve written about living with limited vision.
The Eternal Hunt For A Hidden Bathroom for Accessible Japan
Top tips for backpacking with sight loss
Traveling to Vietnam and Cambodia
Backpacking around Burma with a visual impairment
Becoming an Expat in Japan
Practicing Yoga in Japan Changed My Outlook on Going Blind
What I Wish I Knew Before Coming To Japan With A Visual Impairment
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