Chris Koseluk

Copywriter, Editor, Ghostwriter, Technical Writer, Writer

I've got plenty of words and I'm ready to put them to use for you.

I have been making my living with words for years, first on the editorial staffs of American Film Magazine and The Hollywood Reporter, and then as a partner with Never Dull Productions.

As a freelance writer, I've enjoyed bylines in such publications as The Hollywood Reporter, Mental_Floss Magazine, The Credits, Premiere, Variety, The San Francisco Chronicle, Make-up Artist Magazine, Dance Studio Life, The Houston Chronicle, Movie Time Magazine, The Portland Oregonian and New York Newsday. Samples of my writing can be found at:

In the B2B world, I've been creating fun and informative video scripts and/or infographics through I've worked on over 100 projects with Beyond Meat, Intel, Spotify, Commvault, Dell, Gerber Life, Prudential,, RSA Security, eBay, Lancome, Verizon, Abbott Vascular, Estee Lauder, Safefleet, The United Nations,, Amazon Publishing and Cirrus, among others. Collaborating has given me the opportunity to enjoy a front seat to the latest trends and emerging technologies. Samples can be found here:

As the co-founder of Never Dull Productions, a Los Angeles/New York-based production company, I've spearheaded film, television, video, publishing and theatrical event projects. Many of my production efforts have focused on the subject of disability - in sports, the arts, and in society as a whole. I co-produced, directed and edited the feature length documentary Sled Shots about the U.S. Paralympic Sled Hockey Team, and have produced segments at the Torino, Salt Lake City, Nagano, and Lillehammer Paralympic Games. Our company also produced the video shoot of the Kennedy Center-affiliated VSA Los Angeles Festival. Footage shot by Never Dull Productions was used extensively in the A&E special about the Salt Lake Paralympic Games - a series of broadcasts hosted by Harry Smith and Joan Lunden. The company’s images have appeared on CBS, A&E, CNN, ESPN, WNET, Prime Sports, several international outlets and have been used by both the United States Olympic Committee and the Canadian Paralympic Committee to promote their athletes with disabilities. Some examples can be found at:
Content Types
Article, Blog Post, Website Copy, Interview, Press Release, Ad/Promotional Copy, Infographic Copy, Script, Corporate Video, Narrative Video, Documentary
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Rutgers University, BA Communications/Theatre
Los Angeles, CA, USA|English

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