Writing that makes sense for your project
I started writing because I loved to write and after working with a number of athletes, artists, writers and business professionals of all kinds, I have developed the technical skills to go with my passion. The best skill I have developed is the ability to LISTEN to my clients, allowing me to cut down on rewrites and most importantly deliver a satisfactory product the first time.
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Vancouver, B.C. CANADA
Articles published in nationally and internationally syndicated magazines such as Dressage Today, CDS Newsletters, Collections magazine and Equine Canada’s National magazine with a regular column in Equine Canada magazine, publishing over twenty articles between 2010 and 2013. Erin was also on the Communications Committee for Dressage Canada from 2010 to early 2013, she now continues on for Equine Canada as a contributing writer.
Erin's regular column 'Getting to Know…' focused on a different highlighted FEI rider every issue of Equine Canada. She has also contributed by covering press for the World Equestrian Games team trials and Pan Am games trials. Her other articles include subjects such as clinics with world renowned trainers and judges, The FEI rider and Motherhood and this year starts a series on rider health, nutrition and fitness as well as travel for Equine Canada magazine. Erin has ghostwritten articles on a variety of subjects including fashion, entertainment, fighting sports, business and travel.
Erin's articles have been published online at barnmice.com and for Dressage Today online as well as online fashion and fighting magazines.
Editing experience includes corporate and business material such as business plans, brochures, press releases, newsletters and reports. Experienced in content editing and proofreading.
Business and Corporate Writing
Writer, Co-Writer, developer and editor of business plans for television production (investment oriented), athletic sponsorship and athletic event and sponsorship proposals (for rodeo athletes, equestrians, track athletes, speaker seminars and martial arts events), charities (The Have Hope Foundation Oakland, CA) as well as operational and investment oriented business plans for small, start up businesses. Experienced also in writing brochures and newsletters.
Online editing for Have Hope Foundation website content and Visual Artist Arlana Green.
Erin brings her diverse business and production background to any endeavor, adding experience as an actor and commercial, print and runway model to her collection of talents. Erin has managed a number of equestrian facilities both in Vancouver, B.C. and Northern California as well as showing as a professional rider, trainer and teacher with students up to the Grand Prix level of Dressage. Her years of teaching experience also make her a confident speaker. Erin was one of three instructors selected to teach and speak at the CDS Adult Amateur Dressage event in Northern California in 2011, also achieving a National USEF Horse of the Year award on one of her regular horses in training the same year.
Erin's history in the entertainment industry extends beyond the business side to include print and commercial work as well as modeling and theatre. Erin starred in an independent short film that was a 2012 selection for the Hollywood Black Film Festival.
Erin was the Creative Consultant for a proposed online television station. She also has several screenplays, fiction novels and a health and fitness book currently in development. From securing athletic sponsorship through proposal writing to business plans for television production, Erin’s skill set allows her to offer a complete package of writing options. Erin is also experienced in segment and episode writing for television.