How you may ask? Well, let’s go back over twenty years…
I have gone from using interoffice paper memos and faxes, to seeing emails come into play, gain dominance and now, with the introduction of the strict new Canadian Anti-Spam law, forecast somewhat of a decline. We might even have to start talking to people on the phone or mailing them stuff.
I worked with creative geniuses on conceptual development, filming and editing of a national TV commercial and witnessed all the time that goes into creating 30 seconds.
I said Twitter was silly and nothing could come of 140 characters. But during the flood there was more up-to-the-minute updates on Twitter than anywhere else. It is aiding police investigations. And it fuels an information junkies quest for more information. Crazy wonderful.
I think I also said I wouldn’t ever be tied to these silly cellphones. See above.
I now have created social media plans and managed website developments. I have even done some HTML. (But only enough to be dangerous so I’ve been told by actual web developers).
I jumped out of an airplane. Once.
I researched and created studies and articles on some things you may have never contemplated – like the nutrient management of manure, why a neurosurgeon uses a robotic arm or how to retire to Mexico.
As a bit of a nature aficionado, I started a weekly column called Wild Calgary for the Calgary Herald to espouse all the great events and information about nature in and around Calgary.
I worked for advertising agencies as a project/account manager on all kinds of marketing projects including the rebranding of one of Canada’s largest agribusinesses. Got the hat.
I have been accepted into the juried Calgary Stampede Western Photography Art Show.
I sprouted a few grey hairs. Ok several, strategically dyed.
All of this just to say that I think my experience could be of assistance to you. (Well, maybe not the jumping out of the airplane part but the rest could come in handy).
What can I do for you?
Project Management | Writing | Research | Photography
To make sense of it all.