[one_half]I’m available to do the following kinds of work with you.
Let me rephrase that. I’d be quite excited to do any of the following kinds of work with you. And, naturally, I do always love doing new kinds of work, so if what you want isn’t listed, don’t hesitate to get in touch anyway.
I canÂ speak at your event or with your group about topics related to creativity; our experience of making things; the stories we tell ourselves about making things; battling creative demons like fear of failure, self-doubt, perfectionism, procrastination and block.
I can teach beginner workshops on collage and/or how to start a daily art- or craft- practice (even if you don’t see yourself as an fancy schmancy artist or crafter!).
I can facilitate hands-on or discussion-based workshops and professional development sessions, that focusÂ on topics related to battling creative demons, team building and/or creative problem-solving.
I can write for your publication.
And I’m available for freelance editing contracts. I specialize in working with self-publishing authors on their books, ebooks and craft patterns. I can provide developmental, structural, substantive, and copyediting services.
[one_half_last][quote type=”center”]With your expert editing eye I was able to sharpen my writing, correct big and small mistakes, and go forth knowing that Iâ€™ve got a professional-level book to share with my customers. Iâ€™ve already recommended your editing services to fellow online business owners. â€“Abby Glassenberg
[quote type=”center”]Kim set the tone for the entire weekend with her entertaining and engaging talk about crochet for knitters. We wouldnâ€™t hesitate to work with Kim again â€“ her excellent talk was one of the highlights of the weekend. â€” Fiona McLean and Amanda Milne, Knit Social