No, really.

I’m into the weird, the interesting, the dark, the random, and the stories that need to be told.

What can I say? It’s a compulsion!

It comes from reading lots of books, traveling to distant lands and (literally) hunting for ghosts in graveyards. Ah, college.

This is the face of someone owned multiple Texas Chainsaw Massacre t-shirts.

This is the face of someone owned multiple Texas Chainsaw Massacre t-shirts.

I've helped companies and business owners bring order to chaos, tell their story, and find their fans.

We developed strategies that brought forth results. What results?

- Sales funnels that convert and sound human.

- Consistent communication with my clients’ customers.

- Content systems you can actually work.

I want your business to be successful. I have the skills to do it for you.

My years as a journalist helped me gain a healthy respect (and fear) of deadlines. I believe in working hard and doing things right, with the right tools and systems, the first time.

Bottom line: I take your creative ideas and bring in the structure to make them happen.

Also: I live in Portland, Oregon with my family.

The rain speaks to my soul. And it happens to be the home state of Leslie Vernon.

Cannabis is the new frontier. Is your copy ready?


Not to brag, but I totally wrote about cannabis before it was cool.

Let’s be frank: Lots of people out there are trying to capitalize on the Green Rush. But that doesn’t qualify them as knowledgeable enough to write about weed or CBD products.

I’ve explored basement grows in Alaska, interviewing people about how they feel about their way of life becoming “legalized” when they were just fine without it.

I’ve cooked cannabutter in a tiny Crock-Pot, calculating the exact ratios for a brownie recipe I could publish.

I know a terpene from a cannabinoid, and I know better than to suggest someone start with vaping a concentrate.

I’ve met with vape manufacturers and questioned them about whether their products reflected women’s typical cannabis consumption habits.

Also: I’m certified by the OLCC (Oregon Liquor Control Commission) with a Marijuana Worker Permit.

Here’s some of my work:

Contact me if you want help with copy, content, or strain suggestions.

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Andrew Luer, Partner at Science of Prevention

Brit was an excellent self-starter. I enjoyed having her on the team and would recommend her as great support to anyone launching a product or developing an extensive content package.

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Matt Levin, VP of Marketing & Sales Development at SimpleReach

Brit was our editor-in-chief for our industry newsletter, and was a critical part of our success and growth with this important content initiative. She picked up on our style and voice quickly, and developed a strong understanding of the industry dynamics required to write and edit a sophisticated newsletter for media and marketing professionals. She's a great asset for anyone looking for writing and editing capabilities, particularly when it comes to email newsletters.

Hey Sis podcast

Nailah Blades-Wylie AND Nicole Blades, Hey, Sis! Podcast

Brit came on board to help us the launch of our new podcast. She was a huge help in launching our social media strategy, growing our audience initially and keeping our social channels topped up with interesting and relevant content. She also stepped in to help us stay organized with booking and communicating with guests for the show. We'd recommend Brit to anyone looking for a social media manager to keep their channels organized and consistent!

Douglas Paton

Douglas Paton, Paton Content Marketing

I had the pleasure of working with Brit recently and, I have to say, she is amazing. Her social media posts, research skills and copywriting abilities are second to none.

To be totally honest, the best copy from our project together came from her. Not only would I hire Brit again in a heartbeat, I'm putting a funnel in place specifically to find projects to bring her in on.

Shannon LaGasse, Hunger for Happiness

Brit is a fantastic social media manager and an amazing support for my business. She’s on top of current trends and always knows exactly what to post to create the most buzz on my page. She’s very open and receptive to feedback and an incredibly hard worker. Super grateful for her support in managing the social media! 

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DaNelle Wolford, Weed ‘Em & Reap

She has time and time again displayed a level of professionalism that is hard to find. I would recommend her to anybody who wants to increase productivity and efficiency in their business!

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Cybele Loening, MYstery author

When I was getting ready to publish my mystery novel, I hired Brit to do my social media and help me publicize my book. She came up with the great idea of doing an online book tour that directly targeted lovers of mysteries, which helped me sell about 1,000 copies. It was amazing! Brit is a true professional and an absolutely lovely person to work with.

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Okay, bad joke.


I've been writing and creating far before I did it as a job. Many of those pieces I'm still incredibly proud of, and am delighted to share with you all.

Content by me:

You’re Not Helping Podcast


Pepsi goes to Hollywood and Accenture steps on agency toes—Simple Reach

IGTV launches and video gets more complex—Simple Reach

Clorox and Samsung merge content and influencers—Simple Reach

Air Jordans and the future of branded content—Simple Reach

The World Cup’s content competition—Simple Reach

Reddit Just Lost All Chances Of Becoming A Relevant Ad Platform—Business2Community

3 Ways to Improve Instagram Engagement—Social Media Examiner

How to Improve Your Pinterest Reach: 4 Tips—Social Media Examiner

Your “Problem Student” Might Be Your Greatest Asset.—CourseCraft

How to Test Your Big Course Idea—CourseCraft

How to Not Suck at Pinterest—Medium

Why I Murdered My Newsletter—Medium

50 Irish (and Irish-American) Characters to Use in Ads Instead of “Drunk Person.”—Medium

Every working marketer should practice tarot.—Medium


Will mobility subscription models work?—Move Forward

Stars of the Silicon Forest: 10 Portland startups to watch—Geektime

Top 10 wireless headphones and earbuds for under $50—Geektime


What ‘Good Omens’ Gets Right About Interfaith Love—The Salve

30 celebrities who Survived Cancer—Stacker

Popular Hairstyles Through the Decades—Stacker

Count decisions, not blessings.—Medium

Pay me enough to obsess.—Medium

Your “Time Off” is Your Real Life.—Medium

What happens when you don’t travel for a year.—Medium

The Worst Reasons For Becoming An Entrepreneur.—Medium

The 5 Levels of Makeup For Entrepreneurs.—Medium

Why Having PMDD Makes Me A Better Writer.—Medium

A history of quitting: My life in journalism.—Medium

Why Calling Myself a CEO Matters.—Medium

Are you a Starter or a Sustainer?—Medium

Business and Finance

5 Stellar Creative Entrepreneurship Blogs To Inspire You In 2018—CourseCraft

Stars of the Silicon Forest: 10 Portland startups to watch—Geektime

Why You Should Care about the Redbox Acquisition—The Billfold

Lies I Told About Being Broke at Christmas—The Billfold

A Letter to My 21-Year-Old Broke Self—The Billfold

Why Consumer Confidence Isn’t a Solid Sign We’re Doing Better—The Billfold

Forget Holiday Gifts. Give Me A Lump Sum.—The Billfold

Why You Should (Still) Care About Apple Owing Ireland $14.5 Billion—The Billfold

How did George, Jerry and Elaine not go bankrupt?—The Billfold


Madrone Cannabis Club —Willamette Week (as Rita Olson)

Reporting on Alaska's cannabis tourism scene —Marijuana Venture (as Rita Olson)

The 5 most unusual cannabis products you’ve heard of this week—Geektime


4 Things You Should Know About Book Review Blogs—The Creative Penn

What If Ebenezer Scrooge Is Really the Draco of A Christmas Carol?—Sparknotes

Review: “Chain Saw Confidential” by Gunnar Hansen—Fangirls Read It First (as Editor in Chief)

Cruella De Vil: The Nasty Woman Role Model We Need.—Medium.

Arts and Entertainment

Famous Declassified Government Secrets—Stacker

Best Colleges For 32 Top Majors—Stacker

The World’s Most Admired Companies—Stacker

Major Conspiracy Theories of the Last Century and the Stories Behind Them—Stacker

For Indie Food Brands, Subscription Boxes Aren't about the Money—Paste

What to Expect at Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights—Paste

5 Ways to Make Opera More Appealing to Young People—Paste

The Next Big Audience For Podcasts.—Medium

My books are available on Amazon and Smashwords.

The Maskheads series (not listed here) is currently being released in serial form on Medium.