“I’m sorry you had to meet me this way,” is a statement I very seriously said out loud to my son, cradling him in the hospital...
Our copy is pretty unique and is tailored to a particular audience. Heather still managed to work with us to expand our creativity through open dialogue, interactive exercises and immediate constructive feedback that was incredibly productive.
Heather was prepared and available to answer all questions. The class material was very relevant to the course and presented well. She gave timely feedback on assignments, as well as practical insight into the game.
Heather was a terrific teacher –– informed, thorough, prepared, and an overall wealth of information.
I feel like not only am I learning to blog, but I’m with a teacher who can help me identify and articulate my voice and presentation of my writings in the world.
We hired Heather for an all-day seminar because our Copy and Content teams were looking for an opportunity to get a fresh perspective on our work. Heather came in with a thoughtfully prepared agenda of varied exercises that allowed us to critically rethink the way we do our jobs. Previous to our seminar, she took the time to ask about the teams, getting an understanding of our needs so she could tailor the experience.
I can’t say enough great things about Heather––if you’re a writer or content creator of any kind, no matter your level of experience or skill, Heather can help you improve.
Not only is Heather a brilliant, experienced writer and teacher, she’s also funny and energetic––the passion with which she talks about writing is contagious. Despite having a meticulously crafted agenda, she was able to sense the needs of the group in the moment and spend the time exploring what felt unfinished.
Any writer knows how easy it is to get stuck in a rut, and what Heather provided for us was an opportunity to step back from the process. There’s something indispensable about taking an extended period of time to collectively think critically about what, why, and how we write. No matter one’s experience, having someone like Heather guide you through a session will renew the life in your work.
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