Creative at heart with an entrepreneurial spirit: I'm all about developing ideas. Whether it's brainstorming media concepts, strategy or writing, I take it on with an open mind and look to the details just as much as the big picture. I'm an American (Swedish dual citizen) relocating to Berlin from Stockholm. I've spent time content copywriting freelance, working on video projects, maintaining the food blog: Americulinariska.com, which was a finalist in the SAVEUR Blog Awards for “Best Use of ?Video?” 2015. These past years, I've worked freelance with content development. The bulk of my work was content copywriting, promotional video projects, and maintaining the food blog/YouTube channel: Americulinariska.com, which was a finalist in the SAVEUR Blog Awards for “Best Use of Video” 2015. I've also kept busy with developing digital children's books on important topics such as tacos. In the U.S, I worked as a film production and producer's assistant on feature films for studios such as Warner Bros. and Universal, as well as commercials. My tasks varied: from finishing storyboards, to marking up scripts, to wrangling extras on set, to falling into lakes trying to assist camera on McDonald’s commercials and getting pneumonia. Needless to say, I really enjoy working on dynamic teams!
I worked with the launch of new start-up web platform called Sqore. Primary duties were coordinating, producing, and editing content for the CMS back-end and keeping consistency within the product.
Americulinariska is a food blog & YouTube channel that explores the diversity of American food heritage within an international context. Pushing big flavor and the occasional fry session, the mission of the blog is to encourage cooking and knowledge of what your food is made of so you can be innovative and resourceful with what you have.
Finalist SAVEUR Blog Awards for