Writer + Stylist for Artists + Entrepreneurs + Small Biz + Startups | Creator of Digital Content using Creativity + Storytelling | Founder of AOC Blog
My name is Cait. I’m a New York City-based freelance writer and stylist for artists, entrepreneurs, small businesses, and startups. I support my clients with digital content that uses creativity and storytelling to cultivate a unique voice for their brands. I’m also the founder of ARTicles of Clothing Blog.
For as long as I can remember, I’ve had a compulsion to write and a fascination with fashion. To me, the two are connected by the common thread of storytelling. Whether through words or articles of clothing, I believe there’s an art to telling your story.
After graduating from the University of Georgia with a B.A. in English and Creative Writing, I ventured into the job market with the mindset that my liberal arts degree wouldn’t translate into a career. I relied on my strengths and professional experience to secure a job in inventory management and later sales development. I was content in my sales development role, but I wasn’t passionate about it. So, I decided to make a change. I left my secure job at a thriving startup, founded ARTicles of Clothing Blog, and set out as a freelance writer and later stylist.
My approach to writing and styling focuses on telling your story in order to develop an original voice for your brand. I understand your brand and your story are one-of-a-kind, and I’ll listen to your objectives in order to create the most effective content for you. I’ve had the pleasure of partnering with a variety of regional and national lifestyle brands such as Crown & Caliber, Eide Magazine, singer/songwriter Erica Bryan, MyBod Wellness, Yogasmoga, and more. Whether through styling or straightforward content, I’ll help you determine the best way to tell your story.
To learn more about me, visit my blog and follow me on Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, YouTube, and Periscope @AOCBlogGirl.
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