Sara specializes in writing scripts for training videos, TV and radio commercials as well as web content, email marketing, product synopses, blogs, articles, and ad copy.
Sara enjoys photography, music, books, film, traveling, TV, writing, cooking and learning new hobbies.
With a love for multimedia, Sara studied film and advertising at BYU, graduating in advertising and marketing in 2004. Since then, she has advertised films, promoted volunteer opportunities, run events at an international forum, managed web content for a research facility, written copy for a health and wellness company, and taught English in Europe. Along the way she has developed skills in photography, Photoshop, InDesign, HTML, Dreamweaver, FinalCut Pro, Premiere, and has become familiar with a number of online tools such as SurveyMonkey, ConstantContact, BaseCamp, GoToMeeting, Join.Me, FreshBooks, and more. She enjoys learning and continues to improve her skills.
Sara wrote press releases, media alerts, articles, blog posts, e-newsletters, web content and marketing collateral for a volunteer center in the pacific northwest. By promoting a variety of non-profits and volunteering activities and events, she had the opportunity to write about many different topics and utilize several types of writing formats.
Sara worked for an independent family film distribution company and helped promote over 25 dvds and feature films. She wrote a variety of product synopses for websites, catalogs and product packaging as well as ad copy including ads for broadcast. She also helped edit and write PR articles and news releases.
Sara has written blog posts for a non-profit volunteer center, an SEO internship, a chiropractor and a weight loss clinic.
Sara has written radio and TV ads for books, weight loss and chiropractic clinics, She has also written informational and instructional videos.
Sara ghost wrote articles for a non-profit volunteer center in the Pacific Northwest. Each month she interviewed a non-profit client or researched various topics to spotlight in a local newspaper column.