I specialize in writing blogs, e-books, and articles. I'll write website copy, sales copy, and copy for print with the best of them. I'm happy to help with product descriptions, bios, press releases, emails and newsletters, social copy, and more.
I'm interested in business, entrepreneurship, HR, and the future of work. I often work with entertainment, fashion, art, and education companies. I also love writing for e-commerce companies with a special interest in sustainability, and in products that delight people. I love yoga, travel, LEGO and board games, humor, photography and art, poetry, and the eclectic.
Kayla spent four years studying to be a teacher. Because she knew that working with kids was a joy, but that being a teacher in America could be poisonous to her passion, Kayla chose a double-Bachelor's degree that allowed her to pursue her other passion: words.
With 9 years post-grad, and 12 years in the industry as a writer, Kayla has found her path. Kayla swapped out teaching children for teaching consumers and business owners; the love of writing stayed.
Kayla has written for business publications and brands about all kinds of business topics.
Clients include accountants and bookkeeping companies, legal firms, business consultants, marketing agencies, individual business owners, web developers, and every kind of business publication out there.
Kayla has a specialty for writing about complex topics in a way that translates well to the average consumer or reader. This skill is often used to write for SaaS companies, data scientists, healthcare and legal service providers, and other industries that require a high-tech lens.
Kayla is a marketer by trade. When it comes to writing about marketing topics, she is an informed writer, subject matter expert, and voracious researcher. Kayla's marketing writing has been featured in major publications, agency blogs, brand blogs, and her own platforms.
Kayla has written articles for brand publications, magazines, newspapers, and online publishers in virtually every primary category or vertical. Articles are a specialty for Kayla, as she capitalizes on the crux of journalism and marketing to provide concise information and an enthralling narrative at once.