Amy's specialties include writing about trademark law, animals (particularly dogs, but she also is knowledgeable about biology, specifically zoology), real estate, and interior design. She is able to relay complex information in a way that most readers can understand. Her talents include writing blog posts, articles, press releases, and product descriptions.
Amy's interests include reading (both fiction and non-fiction), antiques, American colonial history, travel (mainly by road trip), and music.
Amy is a lifelong student, believing you are never too old to stop learning. She holds a B.A. in English Writing from the University of Colorado, though she is only one class shy of a B.A. in biology as well. She is currently taking a graduate level history class on the subject of the British Empire in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Amy has 12 years of experience as a trademark paralegal, focusing on the clearance, registration, policing, and enforcement of trademarks for clients of all sizes and nationalities. Since leaving the legal field, she has written on the topic of trademarks for a variety of websites.
Amy owns a dog daycare and boarding facility, making her an authority on many dog-related issues. She wrote the content for her own business website and knows what small businesses need in terms of content to attract customers.
Amy considers real estate to be a hobby of hers so writing about it comes naturally. She has written neighborhood, development, and city descriptions for a couple of real estate websites.
Amy has written blog posts for a number of industries, including legal, real estate, pet care, travel, and home design. She is adept at conveying fully developed thoughts and ideas in a small amount of writing space. Amy has written blogs in both formal and informal tones and in a variety of styles.
Though not technically "product," Amy has written a number of community, neighborhood, and city descriptions for a real estate company that were promotional in nature. She has also done a small amount of work writing traditional product descriptions for a website that sells children's products.