Kacie McGeary
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Kacie McGeary

Writer | EditorUnited States
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Kacie McGeary

Writer | EditorUnited States
About me
My name is Kacie, and I’m a bit of a story junkie. I’ve been called a writer, an editor, a proofreader, a researcher, a copywriter, and an all-around wordsmith. I’ve traveled across North America, Southeast Asia, the United Kingdom, and Australia to work on everything from quarterly travel magazines to art books, novels, city guides, marketing campaigns, and shoddily printed zines. I’ve earned a bachelor’s degree, completed an experiential masters program, and attended an editing intensive called Stop. Grammar Time. But these things only matter because they’ve given me the opportunity to sit down with extraordinary people and help them tell their stories. I write. I read. I edit. And I love what I do.
Projects
  • Finding Beauty In The Unadorned Wall: An Interview With John Pawson
    Finding Beauty In The Unadorned Wall: An Interview With John PawsonMinimalism is a term that is often misconstrued in this day and age. It has become a sort of catch-all, with various renditions, definitions, and faces. But when witnessed in its honest form, minimalism has the ability to stir up feeling, prompting us to pause and encounter something that is both outside of and deeply within ourselves. Or, as John Pawson describes: “engage in the process of subtraction.”
  • Castello di Potentino: A Return to Tradition
    Castello di Potentino: A Return to TraditionTucked inside a secret valley in one of the last undiscovered corners of Tuscany sits an ancient stone structure surrounded by unspoiled countryside. Dating back to the Etruscan civilization, Castello di Potentino was once a cultural center of the region, bearing witness to the artistic prowess of Classical Antiquity, the Renaissance, and the Age of Discovery. But somewhere amid the modern era, the castle and its grounds were abandoned.
  • Do Photo: Observe. Compose. Capture. Stand out.
    Do Photo: Observe. Compose. Capture. Stand out.This isn’t a book about how to take the best pictures. It’s not even about the technical aspects of photography or how to “make it” as a photographer. In fact, it argues that you should take fewer photographs. By sharing the 10 practices he’s honed behind the lens, Andrew Paynter encourages readers to develop a more considered approach to photography so that they can create memorable, more impactful images. ̌ Ghostwriter | Do Book Co.
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Work history
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    CopywriterEverlane
    United StatesFull Time
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    CopywriterEverlane
    San Francisco, United StatesFull Time
    Writing, editing, and concepting for digital campaigns.
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Skills
  • Writing
  • Copywriting
  • Editing Copy
  • Copyediting
  • Proofreading
  • Communications
Education
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    EditingThe Good Copy
     - Melbourne, Australia
    An intensive nuts-and-bolts punctuation and grammar course for people who use words.
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    WritingExperience Institute
     - United States
    A higher-education fellowship program based on apprenticeships and projects.
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