Gabriella is a freelance writer who has been writing articles for the past four years. Beginning with original articles, as well as on-assignment pieces, published online, Gabriella has completed hundreds of high-quality articles while working with a UK-based web content provider. She believes that producing SEO and high-keyword-density articles should not mean compromising the composition, style and content of the articles and maintains a high standard for writing pieces that are articulate, interesting and well-researched.
This attention to detail and quality stems from her school years. Gabriella's high school education was homeschool-based and very writing-intensive, with regular test, papers and reports of substantial length required to complete course. Thirty-page book reports were the norm and Gabriella honed her skills writing during this time. While in college, Gabriella also had ample opportunities to exercise her writing skills as well as learning different styles and approaches to writing, in particular through creative writing, that offered a renewed appreciation of writing's nuances.
After leaving college, Gabriella pursued creative writing exclusively in the form of writing screenplays and teleplays. During this time, She completed several full-length film scripts and created a television series completes with series bible, outlines and several completed scripts. In 2005, she took Third Place in the Big Apple Screenplay Competition for her film script, "The Devil Inside"; three years later, Gabriella made the semifinals of the Page International Screenplay Competition with the pilot episode of her original series, "Yard Work."
Gabriella has traveled up and down through the Eastern U.S. over the past 12 years, from Massachusetts and New York in the north all the way to the tip of Florida. Currently located in the Buffalo Metropolitan Area, Gabriella enjoys discovering new music, following Indycar and Formula 1 racing and spending time with her two-year-old son. She is currently working on a novelization of her awarding-winning script, "The Devil Inside".